Whole Foods Is Selling Two Dozen Roses for Just $20 This Valentine's Day—and They Deliver
January may have crawled by, but February is moving quickly, so it's time to come up with a Valentine's Day plan! Whole Foods Market is here to help make your V-Day (or galentine's party) extra special with budget-friendly flowers.
The grocer is selling two dozen roses for just $20 from February 7-14, and they can also be purchased on Amazon Prime. Those who live in cities with Amazon's Whole Foods delivery service can get this gorgeous bouquet sent right to a loved one's door in two hours. Procrastinators, rejoice!
While we are thrilled about the price and convenience, we also love that these roses are backed by the grocer's Whole Trade Guarantee. This means these flowers are not only Fair Trade certified, but Whole Foods Market also supports the farmers and workers from where they were sourced with each purchase.
Whole Trade Guarantee roses undergo rigorous annual audits to meet Fair Trade USA certification, according to a press release, and the company purchased more Fair Trade certified flowers than any other U.S. retailer in 2018. One of the farms in Ecuador has been able to build medical clinics, after-school facilities and more with the support of the grocer.
While you're at Whole Foods, you might as well pick up some chocolate to go with your roses. Whole Foods has a variety of Fair Trade chocolate brands, and we found the best options for snacking. All you need now is a Valentine's Day menu, and you're set for a special celebration.
Buy it: 24-Stem Bunch of Roses, $19.99
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