UB Snackfoods Ireland Limited trading as pladis

What are Cookies?

A Cookie is a piece of data stored by a website within a browser which remembers things that a browser has done in the past, such as logging in and which pages were visited. They are used to make interaction with the website faster and easier; helping provide the best user experience of the website.

What Cookies does this website use?

The cookies used on our websites have been categorised based on the guidelines found in the ICC UK Cookie guide. Here is a list of the cookies present on this site and what they do:

Functional Cookies

These cookies are used to tailor the website to you by storing your preferences, and to enable certain functionality within the site.

Cookie Description

PHPSESSID… PHP Cookie

This is used to store user preferences and choices as you browse the site. It disappears when your web browsing session ends.

Google Analytics

Tracks site usage to help us identify ways of improving the site. These are 3rd party cookies that can be identified by __utm prefixes. Please refer to Google Analytics (www.google.co.uk) for relevant cookie information.

Managing cookies

Microsoft IE 6, IE 7 and IE 8

In the browser, choose Tools Select Internet Options Click the Privacy tab Adjust the ‘Settings’ slider to ‘Medium’ or below to enable cookies, or adjust towards the top to disable all cookies.

Mozilla Firefox

In the browser, choose Firefox (or ‘Tools’ at the top of your browser window) and select Options Click the Privacy tab Check the box labeled ‘Accept cookies from sites’ to enable to cookies, or uncheck it to disable cookies Click OK

Safari

From the Safari menu (Mac) or Edit menu (Windows), click Preferences From the Security dialog box > Accept Cookies, to enable cookies click to select ‘Always’, or click to select ‘Never’ to disable cookies. Click Close

Google Chrome

Click the ‘wrench’ icon Click Options Select the ‘Under the Hood’ tab Under ‘Cookie Settings’ select ‘Allow all cookies’ from the drop-down to enable cookies, or ‘Block all cookies’ to disable cookies.