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What are "cookies?"

Cookies are small, plain text data records temporarily stored on your hard drive. Cookies cannot gather information on their own (i.e., they are NOT viruses, spyware, or programs). Our cookies do not collect personal information from your computer.

Why does need to use cookies?

On, The *only* information that we store in the cookie is a unique cart number. This cart number allows the web site to look up what you have placed in your cart to purchase. The cookie does NOT store, use, or transmit any personal identification information, such as name, address, credit card information, etc. When you quit your browser, the cookie is automatically deleted.

How can I enable cookies?

If you have received an error message stating, "You must enable cookies to use," your cookies are not enabled. To enable cookies, go under your browser's "Help" menu and look up "enable cookies" or "cookie settings."

Below are some general directions to enable cookies for some more popular browsers. If these instructions don't work with your browser, do an Internet search for your specific browser (e.g., Opera) and "cookie settings."

Internet Explorer 8.x and higher for PC
  1. Select Tools.
  2. Select Internet Options.
  3. Select the Privacy tab.
  4. Move slider to "medium" or "medium high." The High setting will not allow you to use our shopping cart for online purchases.
  5. Click OK.

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Firefox 22.x and higher for PC
  1. Click Tools.
  2. Click Options.
  3. Click the Privacy icon.
  4. Check "Accept cookies from sites" and under "Accept third-party cookies" choose "Never."
  5. Click OK.

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Google Chrome 26.x and higher for PC
  1. From the Customization menu (button to the right of the URL), click Settings.
  2. A new page will open. Scroll down to Privacy and click on Content Settings.
  3. A new field will pop up. Under Cookies, click the radio button for "Allow local data to be set (recommended)" and check the "Block third-party cookies and site data."
  4. Click Done.

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Firefox 22.x and higher for Mac
  1. From the Firefox menu, click Preferences.
  2. Click Privacy.
  3. Under "Firefox will:" choose "Use custom settings for history."
  4. Check "Accept cookies from sites."
  5. Under "Accept third-party cookies" choose "Never."
  6. Close the dialog box.

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Safari 6.x and higher for Mac
  1. From the Safari menu, click Preferences.
  2. Click Privacy.
  3. Under Block Cookies, choose either "Never" or "From third parties and advertisers."
  4. Close the dialog box.
  5. Restart Safari.