Morrisons is set to increase the number of florist’s inside the supermarkets. It has attracted 180 experienced florists to help it with a surge in demand.
To create gorgeous bouquets in charming stalls, the supermarket chain welcomes professional florists and flower arrangers, who have lost their job following the coronavirus pandemic.
Morrisons’ floral manager, Jane Watson, said that we collaborate with the greatest flower cultivators across the globe and we aim to employ some great florists to help us with a rise in customers’ demand.
Followed by a drop in the post-corona era, the flower industry is now facing a sharp increase in online demand apart from 4 million flower stems sold in Morrison.