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  • Εικόνα συγγραφέαLauren Flowers Greece

Our Commitment to Quality, Cost-Efficiency, and Eco-Friendly Practices in Importing Roses to Greece

The Common Path vs. Our Preferred Route

In the flower industry, the standard route for transporting fresh roses from Kenya to Greece is Route 1, involving air and truck transport through the Netherlands. Despite its popularity, we've opted for a more innovative approach.


Why We Choose Route 2

We exclusively use Route 2, a direct air freight path via the Middle East, ensuring a rapid delivery from farm to vase in just 2-3 days. This swift transit is key to maintaining peak freshness and extending vase life, avoiding the delays and complexities of Route 1.



Our Sustainability Pledge

The lower carbon footprint of Route 2 is a testament to our commitment to environmental responsibility. This choice is a significant part of our sustainable practices, embodying our dedication to eco-consciousness.


Commitment to Excellence

By choosing Route 2 for transporting roses from Kenya to Greece, we demonstrate our dedication to quality, cost-effectiveness, and environmental stewardship. In a sector where these values are crucial, Route 2 stands as a symbol of our commitment to excellence and sustainable business practices.

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