Factory tour: Leuze-en-Hainaut (Belgium)
Lutosa offers you the opportunity to find out about its activities during a tour of its facilities located at Leuze-en-Hainaut, in Belgium (not possible at Sint-Eloois-Vijve), through pre-registration via the form below.
This highly educational tour is designed for professional, cultural or leisure federations and associations as well as for classes from secondary level supervised by their teachers
On the agenda (min. 2.5 hrs – max. 3hrs)
- Detailed presentation of the business
- Tour of one of our frozen chip production and packaging workshops highlighting the care taken over hygiene and food safety as well as the highly intensive degree of automation.
- The icing on the cake: a tasting of Lutosa Belgian french fries
Tours take place on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8.30am to 5pm (no Thursday or Sunday options).
They are conducted in French, Dutch or English by guides specially trained to host groups.
Please note that tours are not available:
- On Thursdays and Sundays
- From 15 June to 31 July (annual holiday)
- From 15 September to 15 October (potato harvest)
- Bank holidays
- During the Christmas and New Year holidays
Conditions for participation
The tour is free of charge.
We welcome groups of at least 10 and no more than 25 people (including supervisors). If your group is larger in number, we suggest that you split it and alternate with tours of other businesses or museums in the locality. Here are a few of our suggestions:
- Dubuisson brewery in Pipaix - www.dubuisson.com/fr/brasserie/visites
- Mahymobiles automobile museum in Leuze - www.mahymobiles.be
- The town of Renaix with its magnificent crypt and textile museum - www.ronse.be
- Archéosite d'Aubechies prehistoric/historic reconstructions - www.archeosite.be
- Pays des Collines nature park in Ellezelles - www.paysdescollines.be
- Maison du Sucre sugar museum in Frasnes - www.paysdescollines.be/attractions/maison-du-sucre
- The town of Tournai - www.visittournai.be
Health and Safety procedures
The tour that you will make on foot is about 1 km in length, part of which is outdoors, and it includes several sets of stairs. We recommend that you wear flat, enclosed, non-slip footwear and suitable clothing. Access is impracticable for persons with reduced mobility (walking stick, crutches, wheelchair etc.).
During the tour, you will have to abide by the following ruless:
- Wear the protective apron and fluorescent vest supplied on site; no outer clothing is to be worn over this
- Wear headgear supplied on site; long hair is to be carefully secured inside this
- Wear safety helmet, boots, goggles and earplugs supplied on site
- Take off watches and visible jewellery (earrings, piercings, bracelets etc.);
you will be able to leave them in a locked room. Wedding rings are permitted.
- Do not approach or enter into direct contact direct with the product
- No sneezing near foodstuffs
- No eating or chewing of tobacco
- For safety reasons, access to certain raised facilities is impossible
- Do not take photos or films inside the site
- Strictly follow the route taken by the Lutosa guide, and their instructions.
- Smoking on our site is strictly prohibited, both inside and outside buildings.
We reserve the right to reject tour requests if we believe that there is a risk of the rules not being followed. Likewise, any person failing to abide by instructions during the tour will be refused access to the buildings.
Only applications made by means of the registration form will be accepted.
No later than one week before your tour, we ask you to send a list quoting the names of visitors by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Each person will be asked to show an identity document prior to site access. Any person not registered in advance will be refused access on arrival
For any further information, you can contact our reception directly on tel. 069/66 82 50 or by e-mail: email@example.com.
Thanks in advance for your interest in our company and we wish you an excellent visit to Lutosa!
Please check the calendar: planning 2017.