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Lush To Move European Production Out Of UK Following Brexit Vote, Company Co-Founder Says

July 8, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Beauty brand Lush co-founder Mark Constantine said his company would manufacture in Europe products that it sells to European markets outside of the UK. Constantine said the UK’s vote to depart the European Union means Poole, where the company’s main factories are located, and the country do not want and do not welcome non-UK employees currently working there. About a third of Lush’s 1,400 employees in Poole are not UK citizens, but they spend around £4.6 million on food, leisure, and housing, and contribute approximately £700,000 in council tax.
"Lush founder: Voters said they don't want our EU staff - we'll grow our business in Germany instead", Bourne Mouth Echo, July 08, 2016, © Gannett Company
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