According to the Electronic Communications Act, anyone who visits a website with cookies, are informed:

• That the website contains cookies

• What these cookies are used for

• How cookies can be avoided  


What are cookies?

On we use cookies in order to optimize website and its functionality, thus making your visit as easy as possible for you. A cookie is a small file - a digital business card – that the website stores on your computer the first time you visit it. The cookie identifies your computer but not you as a visitor to the website. The file's job is to give the website message when you return as visitors. The use of cookies does not compromise your security and you can always turn the feature off in your browser. A cookie is in no way harmful to your computer.  

What are cookies used for?

Cookies are used partly to improve and simplify things for you as a visitor, including to manage the contents of your cart, and partly for internal statistics about the usage of the website. It is also possible to ask the system to save your own address information for next visit. If you want later to delete this information, you can do so via the settings on your computer.  

Log statistics also uses cookies to log statistics and marketing. This means that a statistical system collects information that can give us a statistical picture of how many visitors who come to our website, where they come from and where on the site the visitor leaves the site, etc. Log statistics are designed to optimize the website and its functions for the benefit of you as a customer.  

To remove cookies

If you wish, you can delete the formed cookies. In Internet Explorer you can delete them under: "Tools" -> "Internet Options" -> "Delete Cookies".





Standard Commerce Force cookies
cookie-notice: Specifies whether the cookie application notification has been shown and closed by the visitor
basketid: Identifies the visitor's basket
basketquantity: Quick view of total number of items in the visitor's basket
recentproducts: Viewing recently visited product cards

ASP.NET cookies 
yourAuthCookie: ASP.NET form autentificering by the user

Umbraco cookies 
UMB-XSRF-TOKEN: Securing the visitor against Cross Site Request Forgery attack
UMB-XSRF-V: Securing the visitor against Cross Site Request Forgery attack
UMB_UCONTEXT: Identifies the current Umbraco context. Applies only to users of the Website Backoffice

AddThis cookies 
__atuvc: Personalization of AddThis Sharing Module and Marketing