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P&F’s Tropical Bridal Bouquet at The Professional Florist Magazine

So proud to see, one of P&F´s specially designed Tropical Bridal Bouquet, standing out in the front cover of The Professional Florist´s January, 2017 issue.  We thank our friends at the Michigan Floral Association for highlighting our beautiful flowers.

 

 

 

 P&F’s Whole Trader Holiday Lilies 

Dressed for the Holiday Celebrations, Whole Food Market´s floral departments are highlighting P&F´s beautiful lilies as part of their special  Whole Trade® blooms of the season.

P&F is proud to be part of these Whole Trade® Guarantee program which establishes our  commitment to ethical trade, environmental protection and the highest quality flowers.  Since April 2013, this program benefits our workers and their communities through various social-improvement projects.

P&F AT PMA EXPOSITION

P&F Costa Rica Flower Farms displayed  its best flowers, foliages and bouquets in the recently held   2016 PMA Fresh Summit, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

 The Produce Marketing Association (PMA) is a trade organization representing companies from every segment of the global fresh produce and floral supply chain.  As a First Time Exhibitor, P&F thanks its  numerous friends and customers that joined us in our stand.

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Stop by our Booth #4187, and experience the beauty of our best flowers and foliage at the upcoming Produce Marketing Association Fresh Summit 2016.

 

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Costa Rica´s La República news media  highlights P&F´s effort to innovate through technology, sustainable flower production and investment in its human resources.

 

 

 

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FLOWER POWER

The Rainforest Alliance´s Frog Blog  featured a beautiful article about the empowerment  of our female collaborators working at our tropical farm facilities.

 

news4THE STORY BEHIND YOUR BOUQUETS

Millions of floral bouquets will be sold across the United States, most of these flowers will come from hothouses in Latin America, including a few from a little piece of paradise in Costa Rica’s central highlands.