Functionality cookies on Just Eat.co.uk

Last updated on 13/03/2015

The following list of cookies are those used on our site which we have identified as providing functionality:

1st Party cookies

A "first party" cookie is either set by Just Eat itself or by a tool using the Just Eat domain. For example, Just Eat uses Google Analytics first party cookies on your machine

Tool/CompanyCookie nameWhat does it do?
Just Eat websiteje_show_discount_messageJust Eat uses these cookies to specify wether a particular piece of functionality is turned on or off
je_show_discount_messageJust Eat uses these cookies to specify wether a particular piece of functionality is turned on or off
je_tokenJust Eat uses this cookie to store an encrypted authentication token (to keep a user logged in)
je-fbasketapiJust Eat uses these cookies to specify whether or not a particular piece of functionality is turned on or off
je-fmenucategoriesnavigationpanelenabled
je-fmenuswitcherenabled
je-funiversalanalyticsenabled
je-userJust Eat uses an encrypted unique ID to identify the customer and provide them with personalised information to improve their experience.
je-user_percentageJust Eat uses this cookie to specify which version of the website the user sees and to ensure they see the same version throughout their visit.
JERPSERVERIDJust Eat uses a cookie to ensure that you use the same server throughout your session and improve the overall user experience.
keepLoggedInJust Eat uses this cookie to track users that have chosen (at the point of login of registration) to stay logged in for future visits to the site.
ClickTaleje-fclicktalescriptsenabledJust Eat uses these cookies to specify wether a particular piece of functionality is turned on or off

3rd Party Cookies

Third party cookies are cookies that have been written on to your browser or device by a website that is different from the web site you are actually visiting (i.e. by a site other than Just Eat, in this case).

Tool/CompanyCookie nameWhat does it do?
Provide Supportprovidesupport-mrProvidesupport.com host Just Eat's Live Chat service. This currently uses cookies, though ProvideSupport were unable to say exactly what they do, though did reassure us that they are currently developing a cookie-free system
Zendesk_zendesk_apps_session

Just Eat's customer care team use a 3rd Party provider - Zendesk - for their FAQ section. Zendesk use these cookies to report on usage of their service.

More info: https://www.zendesk.com/company/privacy

This cookie is to pass some basic session information to the Zendesk App Market (ZAM) via a cookie. ZAM currently runs on an external server and thus does not have access to the normal shared session secret and cannot decode the regular session.

_zendesk_sessionThis is the session used to save data across multiple requests i.e. the current logged in user.
_zendesk_shared_sessionZendesk are starting to create more independent services on the backend and this is the cookie that will represent a shared session across those services. It's still specific to a single help desk, though. Nothing's getting shared with other accounts or third parties.
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