The use of cookies on We use cookies to make our site work. We’d also like to set optional analytics cookies to help us improve it. We won’t set optional cookies unless you enable them. Using this tool will set a cookie on your device to remember your preferences.

What are cookies?

Cookies are files that a website stores in visitors’ browsers. These files contain information about the visitor. Here are some common examples of cookie use:

  1. Storing login credentials so you don’t have to re-enter them each time you visit.
  2. Remembering specific pages that you have looked at lately.
  3. Noting specific behaviour, such as when you last visited the site
  4. Overall, browsing the web would be a slower and less personal experience without cookies. Websites wouldn’t be able to ‘remember’ any of the information that makes your life easier.
  5. Session cookies. These are the ones that tell your browser: “Hey, we just logged into this site a while ago, so let’s not close the session just yet”. That saves you from having to log in over and over again.

It’s important to reiterate that cookies reside within each user’s browser. That means they’re safe even if someone breaches the website’s security, which is exactly why they’re often used to handle sensitive information.

We use cookies for a number of different purposes. Some are necessary for technical reasons, some enable a personalised experience, and some allow the display of advertising from selected third party networks. Some cookies may be set when a page is loaded or when you take a particular action  such as clicking a ‘like’ button.

Below the different categories of cookies set by our site are outlined, with specific examples detailed. This includes their name and purpose. Certain cookies are only set for logged-in visitors, whereas others are set for any visitors, and these are marked accordingly. Where a cookie only applies to specific subdomains, they are included under the relevant header.

Strictly Necessary: These are the cookies that are essential for our site  to perform basic functions. These include those required to allow registered users to authenticate and perform account related functions.


These cookies are used to store preferences set by users such as account name, language, and location.


Performance cookies collect information on how users interact with our website, including what pages are visited most. These details are only used to improve how the website functions.


 These are set by trusted third party networks (e.g. Google Analytics) to track details such as the number of unique visitors, and page views to help improve the user experience.

These cookies are used to store preferences set by users such as account name, language, and location.

Third Party/Embedded Content: Our site uses different third party applications and services to enhance the experience of website visitors.

Here is the list of the most used cookies in WooCommerce:

  • Woocommerce_cart_hash: Assists WooCommerce in determining when the cart contents/data change.
  • Woocommerce_items_in_cart: Assists WooCommerce in determining when the cart contents/data change.
  • Wp_woocommerce_session_: Provides a specific code for each user to recognize where to look in the database for each client’s cart data.
  • Woocommerce_recently_viewed: This script is responsible for the Recently Viewed Products widget.
  • store_notice[notice id]: Enables customers to opt-out of the Store Notice.
  • Woocommerce_snooze_suggestions If activated, allows dashboard customers to reject Marketplace suggestions.
  • Woocommerce_dismissed_suggestions_ If activated, count of recommendation rejections.
  • Tk_ai: Stores an anonymous ID that is created randomly. If enabled, this is only utilised within the dashboard (/wp-admin) section and is used for traffic tracking.