UK supermarket chain aims to give jobs to florists who lost work due to coronavirus lockdown
Morrisons is more than doubling the number of flower stalls in its supermarkets and taking on 180 professional florists to create fresh bouquets to meet rising demand.
The Bradford-based supermarket chain said it wanted to offer jobs to floral arrangement specialists who might have lost work during the coronavirus lockdown, when some high street shops were forced to close. It will now employ 300 florists in total, across more than 100 flower stalls.
Continue reading… Source: The Guardian: Bloom time: Morrisons doubles in-store flower stalls to meet demand ———