Cookie Policy

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small file stored on your computer that helps to improve your experience on a particular website.

How do they work?

The first time you visit a site which uses cookies, a cookie is downloaded to your device. This can contain a variety of information to improve your visit on the site, such as language preferences, etc. The next time you go back to that site, your browser checks for a stored cookie and sends information back to the site if there is one stored. The site then tailors content appropriately (for example, display the UK version of the site).

Cookies used on our website and portal

Below, we have specified the cookies used on our website and portal, the type of information they contain, and how long they are stored on your computer for.

We use the sessionid cookie so that we can identify you with your session. (A ‘session’ is a single visit to a website, from the first to last page you visit).

We use the csrftoken cookie to avoid Cross Site Request Forgery attacks. For more information see here:

These cookies are classed by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) as ‘minimally intrusive’.

Who uses Accredo cookies?

At Accredo, we work with other companies that help us to obtain statistics of visitors, page views and other indicators of the activity of our site. The following third parties are companies that make use of cookies:

• Google


By continuing to browse this website, you are consenting to the use of the above mentioned cookies for the prescribed period and conditions contained in this Cookies Policy.