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This Cookie Policy explains how Source Vegan Cakes founded in 2019 (“Source”, “We”, “Us”) use cookies on our Website

Cookie policy for Source

Source Vegan Cakes makes an effort to offer a transparent website with the content that is the most relevant to you. In order to do this, we use technologies that can collect, process and sort information regarding how you and other visitors use (“The Website”).

Source’s use of cookies may include processing of your personal data, and we therefore recommend that you also read our privacy policy.

By using the Website you accept that Source uses cookies as described below, unless you have opted out of cookies in your browser.

1. What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files, which the Website places on your computer’s hard drive, smartphone or other electronic device. Cookies contain information, which the Website can use, among other things, to make the communication between you and your web-browser more efficient.

When you visit the Website, you will automatically receive one or more cookies. Some cookies are placed by us, while other cookies are placed by third parties.

2. Why does Source use cookies?

Source uses different kinds of cookies to provide you with an optimal user-experience and service, when you use the Website. We also use cookies to collect a basis for optimising traffic on the Website and between other websites. See below for more information about the purposes of our use of cookies.

3. Third party cookies

It is not only Source that can place cookies on your computer’s hard drive, smartphone or other electronic device, when you visit the Website. [Example: User-related statistics are collected via the cookie analytics.js. The cookie collects information about the location of your device based on the IP-address, what pages you visit on the Website, as well as how long you spend on them. This knowledge is used by Source] in order to optimise the Website and to give you the best possible experience. We use systems from Google Analytics and Google User Content].

4. Other third party cookies

It is also possible to use other third party services on the Website, and these services may also use cookies. You can choose to block third party cookies in your browser – as mentioned below. There may be functions on the Website that you cannot use, if you choose to block third party cookies in your browser. You will receive an error message that states how you are able to change your settings for third party cookies, thus enabling you to complete the desired actions.

5. Temporary and Permanent cookies

There are basically two types of cookies, “temporary” cookies and “permanent” cookies. The temporary cookies are linked to the current visit to the Website and are deleted automatically, when you close your web browser. In contrast, permanent cookies will be stored on your equipment. Permanent cookies delete themselves after a certain period, but will be renewed every time you visit the Website.

6. How to avoid and delete cookies?

If you do not want Source to place or read cookies on your equipment, you have the possibility of opting out of cookies in your browser, where you can choose which cookies that should be allowed, blocked or deleted.  As user, you need to be aware that the Website might not function optimally if you delete or block cookies.

If you wish to remove the cookies that are already on your equipment, and you are using a PC and a newer browser, you can press CTRL + SHIFT + DELETE simultaneously. If this shortcut does not work, you can find the support pages for the most commonly used browsers here:

Internet Explorer
Mozilla Firefox
Google Chrome

7.  What cookies does Source use and for what purposes?

Listed below are the cookies that we use on the Website as well as the purpose(s) for using the cookies:

Name of cookies

Temporary = T

Permanent = P

_ga (P)

Purpose: Used to distinguish users and measure how users interact with website content.

Controller: Google

How long are the cookies stored? 2 years

 _gid (P)

Purpose: Used to distinguish users and measure how users interact with website content. 

Controller: Google

How long are the cookies stored? 24 hours

 _gat (T)

Purpose:Used to throttle request rate. 

Controller: Google

How long are the cookies stored? 1 minute

_gac_<property-id> (P)

Purpose: Contains campaign related information for the user. 

Controller: Google

How long are the cookies stored? 90 days

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