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From the source: Peta Granger, Lush

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The cosmetics company famous for its minimalist packaging is leading the fight against plastics pollution. We discuss this, as well as its forays into large-scale experiential retail and the 30th anniversary of the bath bomb. Inside Retail Weekly: What has the past financial year been like for Lush? Peta Granger: It’s been a big year of innovation for us. On a global scale, we’ve been focusing on the future of retail and trying to push ourselves in terms of what we believe in, and how we