Website Cookies | The Condiment Co

Website Cookies

A lot of websites that you visit store cookies on your computer in order to improve your experience of the website as a visitor. A cookie is a small text file that is not seen or used by you as a computer user, but is used by your browser.

Cookies are used for different jobs, all of which are harmless and the purpose of them is to improve your user experience. Cookies are extremely useful, for example they may be used to remember the items that you place in your online basket, or to remember settings and preferences you have entered in to the website. If a website doesn't use cookies, each time you visit that particular website, it will think of you as a new visitor - therefore any login details, items in your basket, preferences etc. will not be stored. Cookies can also be used to keep you logged into a website so that you do not have to login each time you visit.

Cookies are unique to your web browser. They contain anonymous information such as a unique identifier and the name of the site that you have visited.

Cookies can be stored on your computer by the website that you are visiting, called First Party Cookies, or they can be stored by other websites who run content on the page you are viewing, called Third Party Cookies.

Use of cookies on our website
We do currently store cookies on the computers of visitors to this website - strictly for ease of use to the visitor and to make full use of the shopping functionaltity on the website. For example, this site uses cookies to rememeber items that you have added to your shopping cart; without these cookies, the website wouldn't remember what you've added and your experience as a user wouldn't be as user friendly as it could be.

We do NOT store cookies for tracking purposes, advertising or marketing purposes; we do not monitor cookies that the website sets.

How to disable cookies
It is extremely useful, and safe, to allow your computer to store cookies from websites. However, if you prefer not to allow cookies, as some people do, you can disable them in your web browser.

Click on a link below to find out how you can disable cookies in your browser: