You’ve probably come across this question on other sites. But we wanted to give you the real cookies story, and while we know oats, our computer knowledge is spotty so we walked across the office and sat with Jörgen who is really the one you want to talk to about these things and he gave us the lowdown. So, a cookie (cookie, web cookie, cookie file) is a kind of small text file stored on your computer when you’re on a site. Cookies remember what you do on the site, so the next time you’re there, you don’t have to repeat annoying things like enter a password again or choose a language. We have cookies on our site so you’ll have a nice, annoyance-free time, and so we can keep track of the traffic. Sounds like boring everyday website stuff to us. But if it doesn’t sound that way to you and you don’t want info to be saved on cookies on your computer, you can change the settings in your browser, whether it’s Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Netscape, Opera, or whichever. Then click "OK with me, let’s go!”.
That’s all. And thanks, Oatly.