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Choices about Cookies
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- If you reject all cookies, you will not be able to use certain The Alkaline Cook Book products or services that require you to "sign in", and you may not be able to take full advantage of all offerings. However, many The Alkaline Cook Book products and services do not require that you accept cookies.
The Alkaline Cook Book Website Practices Regarding Cookies
The Alkaline Cook Book uses its own cookies for a number of purposes, including to:
- Access your information when you "sign in" so that we can provide you with customised content.
- Keep track of preferences you specify while you are using our services
- Display the most appropriate advertising banners, based on your interests and activity.
- Assist online shopping to process the items in your shopping cart.
- Estimate and report our total audience size and traffic.
- Conduct research to improve our content and services.
- Require you to re-enter your password after a certain period of time has elapsed to protect you against others accidentally accessing your account contents.
Other Companies' Cookies
- Please note that we allows other companies that are presenting advertisements on some of our pages to set and access their cookies on your computer.