Today’s Valentine’s day, and florists across the country are working hard to get your special loved-one the flowers you ordered.
Across the US, however, those flowers need to pass through customers before getting to your local flower shop. It’s a tedious process looking for insects and other harmful biological hazards to US soil. It’s not as simple as walking down to your local florist to pick up your bouquet – there’s a behind the scenes customs check that needs to be done first.
Check out this quick clip of what it takes for your flowers to be delivered to you:
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