The Forever New Website makes use of cookies. A cookie is a small piece of data sent from our websites or applications to your computer or device hard drive or Internet browser where it is saved. The cookie contains information to personalise your experience on our websites or applications and may improve your experience on the websites or applications. The cookie will also identify your device, like the computer or smart phone.

By using our websites or applications you agree that cookies may be forwarded from the relevant website or application to your computer or device. The cookie will enable us to know that you have visited the website or application before and will identify you. We may also use the cookie to prevent fraud and for analytics.

Users may disable or decline cookies. However, if the user does so, the user might not be able to use the website properly and certain aspects of the website might not function.


2.1 Why Do We Use Cookies?

Forever New uses cookies and other tracking technologies to give you the full functionality of the website, to customize your user experience, perform analytics and deliver personalised advertising on our websites, apps and newsletters across internet and via social media platforms.

2.2 Who Is Responsible for Cookies?

Forever New and the named publisher are both responsible for setting cookies on your device when you access any of our official websites and for the access and collection of data from the same device.

2.3 What Is a Cookie?

A “cookie” is a small text file that is downloaded onto your device such as computer or smartphone when you access our websites. We use cookies and other similar technologies in order to make our website work efficiently and secure and to improve personalised user experience.

When referring to cookies we include:

  • first- and third-party cookies
  • tracking pixels and plug-ins, including technologies those from third party publishers
  • other tracing technologies

All cookies have a publisher which tells you who the cookie belongs to. The publisher is the owner of the domain specified in the cookie. Whenever you visit our website, we place cookies onto your device for different reasons. Such cookies are called “first-party” cookies, whereas cookies set by a third-party company, such as a social media platforms or ad network/ad tech providers, are called “third party” cookies.

2.4 How to disable Cookies?

You can stop your browser from accepting cookies by configuring your browser’s cookie settings. All commercial web browsers are featured with cookie management functionality. Please check your web browser to find out more how to delete or disable cookies.

If you choose to disable cookies, you may face limitation on functionality and a deteriorated user experience.

Have Further Questions?

If you have any questions or comments about this Cookie Policy, please feel free to contact us at