How 1.1 Billion Flowers Are Imported And Inspected In The US For V-Day | Big Business

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Fresh roses have as little as 48 hours to get cut in Colombia, flown to Miami, and inspected by customs for harmful bugs before the flowers wilt. In the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day, the number of flowers imported through Miami triples.

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How 1.1 Billion Flowers Are Imported And Inspected In The US For V-Day | Big Business

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