Have you placed your flower order for your Valentine yet? Skip the $50 bouquet and surprise your loved one with not one, but two dozen roses.
From Feb. 7 to 14, Whole Foods Market is selling two dozen Whole Trade Guarantee roses for $19.99, while supplies last. The discounted price is available to Amazon Prime members only. That means you’ll only pay $10 for each dozen. I don’t think I have ever paid so little for a dozen quality roses.
If you buy your flowers on Valentine’s Day, the floral department will festively wrap your roses at no additional charge.
You may be asking yourself, “What are Whole Trade Guarantee roses?” Whole Foods Market created the Whole Trade Guarantee program in 2007 to demonstrate a commitment to ethical trade, fair working conditions and the environment, while also meeting the grocer’s high standards. For example, farm workers receive a community development premium that can be used for different projects based on the needs of individual communities.
You can read more about Whole Trade Guarantee in this press release.
Don’t have Amazon Prime? Chances are you know someone who does. Just ask to tag along on a shopping trip or have them pick some up for you at their nearest Whole Foods Market. There are eight Whole Foods Market locations throughout the Portland metro area.
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The deal originally appeared on Living on the Cheap.