Cookies
(and why we use them)

On the my healthy kitchen website, we sometimes use cookies. This helps us to give you the best possible experience every time you visit.

For example, we can use cookies to track visits to the site and see how popular it is, or to track which pages you visit to identify things that may be of interest to you and recognise you when you return. By tracking things like these, we’re able to see what’s working and make our website the best it can be, and show you the right content when you visit.

We might also use pixel tags on our site for the purpose of managing and targeting advertisements when you are visiting other sites on the internet. The following describes the cookies in use and their purpose, as well as offering links to further privacy policies where available.

Name Party Purpose
_ga cookie Google Privacy Policy We use Google Analytics to gauge usage of our website. We do not enable third-party information sharing, and information is only used as specified in our statement above.

For further details with regards to Google Analytics cookies, see here.

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How to disable cookies on major browsers

It is usually possible to accept cookies from the web browser, or stop accepting them from a particular service.

All up-to-date web browsers allow users to change the cookies settings. These settings are normally found in “options” or “preferences” on the web browser menu. You can also change the configuration of your web browser or your email manager.

To opt-out of the _ga cookie, install the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.

For more information on how to disable cookies, visit: www.allaboutcookies.org

What happens if cookies are disabled?

You will loose some functionality, for instance, the ability to stay logged in or keep items in your shopping cart.