What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files containing information that can be placed on the hard drive of your computer by a website. When you visit a website, a cookie is stored on your computer, so that a website always knows who you are. In this way, users can be distinguished from each other.
The website uses cookies. The use of cookies is very important to keep our website running optimally. But also the cookies of which visitors will not immediately see the effect (such as Google Analytics) are of great importance to us. Thanks to the anonymous input from visitors, we get a clear picture of how the website performs and how we can improve it.

Different types of cookies

Most cookies require permission from the visitor. As a visitor you will therefore first receive a notification and have to accept this before the cookies are placed.

When the website infringes on the privacy of the user, for example when the cookies have purely commercial purposes, websites must always ask permission from the visitor. This applies, among other things, to tracking cookies that track individual behavior and thus draw up a visitor profile. Because these cookies give the website the opportunity to track the visitor, the privacy of the visitor is infringed here. Some websites allow a third party to place cookies. In that case, permission-required cookies must also be placed to ask the visitor for permission.

However, there are also permission-free cookies that are used to improve the functioning of the website. A distinction is made between analytical cookies and functional cookies. Analytical cookies are used to increase the convenience of the user. These are used by websites that use analytics tools, such as Google Analytics and Hotjar. Functional cookies are used to make a website function better. In this way, visitors' products remain in the shopping basket, for example.

The following cookies are used on

Functional cookies

No functional cookies are used on

Analytical cookiesGoogle Analytics (_ga, _gat, _gid):

This website uses Google Analytics cookies, a website analysis provided by Google inc. The cookies help to analyze our website by determining how users use the website.

The information displayed by a cookie about the use of our website (excluding your IP address) is transported to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google uses this information to evaluate the use of the website, to compile reports of website activity for website operators and for other services related to website activity and internet usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties according to the law, or to parties that process the data for Google. Google will not resell the stored data.By using this website, you give permission for the data to be processed by Google, for the purposes stated above. It is possible to refuse these cookies by adjusting the settings of your browser. When you do this, you cannot use all functions of the website.

Google (_gac_UA- *):

Google Analytics writes various cookies to keep track of the data associated with your users. Since early September 2017, analytics.js has been writing the _gac cookie to store campaign data to provide AdWords with a more reliable way to measure customer interactions with your business. Analytics writes campaign data to the _gac cookie when a user accesses a page on your site from a URL that uses AdWords auto-tagging.

Marketing cookies

No marketing cookies are used on

Other cookies

Google (_gat_gtag_UA _ * _ *):Using Google to distinguish users (Session)