Cookie Policy

Version 10.1.2024

What are cookies?

Our online services (hereinafter referred to as the “Services”) use cookies. These are small data files that are transferred to your computer when you access the website. The cookies are stored with the files your browser uses. Some cookies are used during the browser session, some for longer.


Why do we use cookies?

Cookies can be divided into three different categories: essential cookies, analytics cookies and marketing cookies.

  • Essential cookies enable the most crucial functions of the Services. They cannot be disabled.
  • Analytics cookies we use to improve the content and usability of the Services. These cookies are used to monitor user interaction with the Services.
  • Marketing cookies allow us to target suitable and interesting marketing to the Service user. Through our partners, we can target marketing to the user after the user has visited our Service (retargeting).


What cookies do we use and how long are they stored?

Name Domain Validity Service Classification
__utma 400 days Google Analytics Analytics
__utmt 10 min Google Analytics Analytics
__utmb 0,5 h Google Analytics Analytics
__utmz 6 mo Google Analytics Analytics
__utmc Session Google Analytics Analytics
_ga_LP6CK80XGD 400 days Google Analytics Analytics
_ga 400 days Google Analytics Analytics
VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE 6 mo YouTube Marketing
YSC Session YouTube Marketing
cookie_consent 12 mo Hesburger Essential
PHPSESSID Session Hesburger Essential

How can cookies be managed?

Cookie consent

We request your consent to the use of non-essential cookies. You can modify your cookie settings according to your choice here at any time. Analytics and marketing cookies are not used unless you have given your consent to the use of these cookies.

Browser settings

Most browsers accept the use of cookies by default. You can choose to change your browser settings and disable or delete cookies. When you block cookies in the browser settings, they are not stored on your device. For instructions on changing your browser settings, please visit the web pages of your browser provider.


Third-party cookies

Cookies are divided into first and third-party cookies. First-party cookies belong to the website the user visits, whereas third-party cookies belong to third parties with whom the owner of the web pages has signed an agreement, for example, for some online analytics service. Third-party cookies allow behavioural data from multiple websites to be linked to one another.

Our web pages use third-party cookies from sources, such as Google Analytics and Facebook, for example.

Learn more about Google data processing here: “How Google uses information from sites or apps that use our services” You can block Google Analytics cookies on all websites, by downloading a plug-in (Google Analytics Opt-Out Browser Add-on) to your browser here: