ibox Packaging and the CHFA Trade Show

ibox Packaging and the CHFA Trade Show

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For this week’s post we wanted to talk about our time at the Canadian Health Food Association trade show. We had a lot of fun and it was great to see so many familiar and new faces! CHFA West is the largest conference and trade show in Western Canada serving the natural health and organics industry. As a packaging company we participated to demonstrate our retail packaging, POP displays and shipping boxes manufacturing capabilities. We believe that having a healthy lifestyle goes hand in hand with sustainability, and doing business while helping preserve our planet is something we work hard to achieve.

We were there for the two days. We had a great time and everyone’s booth looked great. If you attended and came by our booth, you probably picked up one of our micro garden die cut boxes. These were corrugated cardboard boxes that had soil and chive seeds inside. If you planted the seeds you will see it sprouting in 7 days. We would love to see how everyone is doing with their garden so please document its progress and share it on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #iboxmicrogarden. Below is an image of what our micro garden looked like.

ibox Packaging, boxes, displays, retail packaging

We had a ballot box where we drew for prizes. Congratulations to all the winners!

Here are the winners of the gift certificates:

Rose Moore – The Drive Pharmacy
Kim Szymanski – Nesters Pharmacy & Wellness
Marilyn Martinho – Meinhardt
Lauren Archibald – Bullfrog Power Inc
Zachary Haigh – Pomme Natural Market
George Monem – We Love Van
Karina Christiansen – Vita save
Oliver Schneider – Pacific Basket co.
Rania Botts – Life Spring Mfg.
Christine Hachie – Pharmanutrients

The Go pro hero cam winner:
Julian Polman – Tall Grass

Here are some images of the draw:

 

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