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There are two kinds of cookies. One type of cookie (temporary cookie or session cookie) is not stored on your computer, it only exists in the browser's memory. This type of cookie disappears when you close your browser. The second type is called a persistent cookie, and it is a small file that the web server on the website you visit stores on your hard drive. Next time you visit the site, such as Chocolate Index, the server knows you've been there before and can make adjustments accordingly. This means for example that some settings on the site that you made are remembered and you can continue to be signed into your user account even if you navigate from page to page.

Cookies can be used by the Chocolate Index for statistical purposes, and various services (eg My Pages and My Favorites). For Chocolat Index's part, this means that we can keep track of the number of visitors and which parts of our site are most popular. This traffic data does not contain any personal information such as name, personal identity numbers, e-mail address or other personal information, but is used to improve our website. Even though there may be some advertisments on our site, no information in the cookies will be provided to third parties.

On The Chocolate Index is primarily temporary cookies used. For some functions, such as 'My Favorites' a stored cookie is required.

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