Cookies Policy

  1. What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file stored by your equipment’s browser that allows us to keep track of your visit.
Cookies are used to provide you with a better, more personalised and secure browsing experience.

  1. The cookies used

– Technical cookies: they enable you to move around the website and use its functions (basket, session).
– Functional cookies: they enable us to remember your movements on the Website.
– Cookies for audience measurement: they enable us to measure the website’s activity (Google Analytics).

  1. The usefulness of cookies

Cookies enable us to recognise your equipment when you connect to the Website, to record information about your activities, to adapt the Website to your needs, to improve it and to speed up your requests.

  1. Duration of use of a cookie

Cookies have a lifespan of thirteen months after their first deposit on your terminal equipment (following your consent).

  1. Disable cookies

Most browsers automatically accept cookies, unless you have changed the settings.
By continuing to browse the site, you accept the installation of cookies.
You can configure your browser software so that cookies are accepted or rejected, either systematically or according to their transmitter.

You can deactivate cookies by following the instructions below:

Mozilla Firefox
In the “Tools” tab of the browser select “Options”.
Choose “Privacy” then click on “Display cookies”.
Search for files with the name “” and delete them.

Google Chrome
Click on the icon in the “Tools” menu.
Select “Options”.
Click on the “Advanced Options” tab and go to the “Privacy” section.
Click on the “Show Cookies” button.
Search for files with the name “” and delete them.
Click “Close” to return to your browser.

Microsoft Internet Explorer
Click on the “Tools” button, then on “Internet Options”.
Under the “General tab”, under “Browsing History”, click on “Settings”.
Click on the “Show Files” button.
Click on the Name column header to sort all files in alphabetical order, and then scroll through the list until you see files beginning with the prefix “Cookie”. (All cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website that created the cookie).
Select the cookie(s) with the name “” and delete them.
Close the window containing the list of files, then double click “OK” to return to Internet Explorer.

Apple Safari
Choose the menu “Edit” > “Preferences”.
Click on “Security”.
Click on “Show Cookies”.
Select the cookies that contain the name “” and click on “Delete” or “Delete All”. »
After deleting the cookies, click on “Done”.

You will also find information on the management of cookies on the CNIL website