Starting Saturday, February 8, Lidl will offer its shoppers a chance to express their love, big or small, with a bouquet of a dozen roses for just $9.99. Best of all, Lidl’s fresh Valentine’s Day roses are guaranteed fresh for 7 days, giving shoppers a simple and straightforward choice, at an even crisper price. [VIDEO]
Lidl’s Rainforest Alliance- certified roses are quality-checked throughout the day by designated Fresh Specialists. Lidl’s roses are also delivered fresh daily, so if shoppers are planning to make a last minute dash, they won’t be stuck with leftovers from the week.
How does the freshness guarantee work?
Step 1: Pick up a beautiful bouquet of roses at your local Lidl store.
Step 2: Follow the instructions on ensuring freshness outlined on the flower’s food packet.
Step 3: Enjoy the blooms!
If shoppers are unhappy with the quality of their roses within seven days, simply return to store with a valid receipt and the product and receive a full refund
How does Lidl do it?
Lidl establishes meticulous specifications for its roses, and sources only from growers who can meet its high-quality standards. Lidl stores receive fresh daily deliveries of flowers, which are transported in temperature-controlled environments within a rigorously managed cold-chain. In store, Lidl’s trained Fresh Specialists regularly check the flowers to ensure that only the highest quality bouquets are available.
Lidl’s bouquets come in red, white and pink varieties. A number of mixed bouquets and potted plants will also be available starting at just $2.99.
Lidl operates more than 11,000 stores and is active in 32 countries, employing around 287,000 employees globally. Lidl offers customers the highest quality fresh produce, meat, bakery items and a wide array of household products at unbelievably low prices. Lidl first established its U.S. headquarters in Arlington County, Virginia, in June 2015, and today sells its award-winning products in more than 90 stores across nine east coast states. For more information, visit www.Lidl.com.