Cookie Statement

Next to baking delicious cookies, Cakies also collects digital cookies. A cookie is a small file that is stored on your computer by your browser.

Cakies uses cookies to remember your preferences, share website content on social media and to ensure you don’t see the same ad all the time. You can disable these cookies via your browser settings.

Cookies can only be removed by yourself personally. Each browser has different settings. Consult the manual of your browser to adjust your personal settings. If you would like to turn off cookies from specific parties you can do so through

Please note that by disabling cookies we cannot guarantee the website is 100% functional. Some functionalities may not work or the site may not be visible. Rejecting cookies doesn’t mean you will no longer see ads. Without the use of cookies the ads will just no longer be tailored to your interests.

Cakies has no influence on cookies placed by third parties (e.g. Parties with social media or advertising purposes) and the possible data they may collect. We refer to the statements that these parties have published on their own websites. Below you can find an overview of the respective parties. These statements may change regularly, Cakies has no influence in the changes made by third parties.

Google (Analytics)

Social media
Google (YouTube, Google+)


This cookie statement can, at any time, be changed without advance notice. The latest version of the cookie statement can be found on this webpage.

Updated on 22 June 2018


This cookie statement is a translation of the original text in Dutch. In case of any discrepancies the Dutch version will prevail.