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New product of Barile Flowers Service:

"WOW Mountain Rose: a wonder of nature"

The latest product of Fall 2017 has been launched by Barile Flowers Service. They have specialized as a company in the market of cut flowers importing flowers from all the countries in the world, and now they launch the new product on the market due to the hard work of the R&D department: "WOW Mountain Rose", a selection of the best mountain roses from growers who make the most of high altitudes.

Livio Turco and Nicolo Barile of Barile, at the IFTF 2017 in Vijfhuizen, the Netherlands.

Grown over 2000m, these roses have longer vegetation time and environmental conditions that allow roses to grow more beautiful and with more long-lasting quality. Shelf life of mountain roses is longer, also because of a less woody stem that hydrates easily.

Barile Flowers Service's mission is to connect directly the Extra-EU flowers growers with Italian and European wholesalers working on the two fundamental variables of time and space: a patented box to guarantee the delivery of the highest number of boxes in a pallet.

Barile Flowers Service’s CEO, Nino Barile, underscores the values of a company rooted in the traditional values of a country in the province of Bari, Terlizzi. This country is famous nationally as "The City of Flowers“, and the company has long ago become a protagonist in Europe: "We have a 30-year knowledge of the market but we keep a family care spirit; we are a company that acts like a strategic partner of our customers, we provide assistance and daily give them suggestions about the evolutions and major trends of the international markets."

For more information:
Barile Flowers Service
S.V. Piscina dello Russo, 1
T +39 080 35 13 980
F +39 080 35 10 315

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