Delivered fresh daily from temperature-controlled environments within a rigorously managed cold-chain, these flowers do not have a chance to wilt and are as crisp as when they were first cut by vetted growers, the company said.
Once they reach the story, each rose is checked throughout the day by Lidl’s Fresh Specialists.
In preparation for Valentine’s Day, Lidl has shipped 100 tons of fresh-cut roses to more than 90 stores across the east coast this week. Each bouquet is guaranteed to last seven days. Simply follow the store’s freshness instructions to keep the roses fresh.
If a shopper is unhappy with Lidl roses within the freshness guarantee period, return the bouquet to the store with a valid receipt for a full refund.
Shoppers should expect their roses to last longer than the seven-day period.
Stores will also have a number of mixed bouquets and potted plants starting at just $2.99. Selections may vary.
Watch the 7-day time lapse of Lidl’s 7-day freshness guarantee below.