On the tour, you’ll get an exclusive insight into how all of Lush’s fresh, cruelty-free products - from bubble bars to face masks, massage bars to soaps - are handmade with care and the finest ingredients ethically sourced from across the world. Find out also how Lush keeps sustainability top of mind in every touchpoint of the business, from our manufacturing facilities to our shop floors, and how we’re using new techniques and technology to make the world a greener place for everyone.

The tour also includes a presentation featuring Lush, Pano Cap and Urban Resource Group.  These companies will share their stories on how they work together to create a closed loop program for Lush's black pots.

Thursday, March 21, 2019
Morning Tour:

9:30am - Registration
10:00am - 11:00am - Tour

Presentation & Lunch (Cineplex The Queensway):
11:15am - Arrival and Lunch
11:45am-1:15pm: Presentations and Q&A

1:30pm - Registration
1:45pm - 2:45pm - Tour

Additional Information:
• Tour hosts have the exclusive right to allow or deny participation
• Safety shoes will be required on the tour
• Both morning and afternoon attendees will join the presentation and lunch at 11:15am

Lush Manufacturing
35 Jutland Road
Etobicoke, ON M8Z 2G6

Cineplex, The Queensway
1025 The Queensway
Etobicoke, ON M8Z 6C7

PAC Members - $90 plus HST
Non Members - $120 plus HST

Gary Calicdan
Ethical Buying
Lush Fresh
Handmade Cosmetics

Alan Laderoute
General Manager & VP Sales
Pano Cap Canada

Daniel Reshef
General Manager
Urban Polymers Inc.

For speaker bios, click here.

Join over 2,400 North American members that benefit from the vast networking opportunities through PAC's wide range of competitions, educational activities and events. PAC, Packaging Consortium is a not-for-profit corporation serving as a vital partner and catalyst for the packaging value chain for over 65 years. Join the PAC and learn more.

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PAC supports the Ryerson University Graphics Communications Management Program, with a donation of $25,000 for student scholarships. This is awarded over five years.

We also support the Packaging Engineering Technical Program at Conestoga College, with a yearly scholarship donation of $1,000 recipient.

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