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Kenyan rose to conquer the Russian market. New members at FlowersExpo

Nairobi,March 27,2018.The number of Kenyan companies at the exhibition “FlowersExpo-2017” in the new season has increased significantly. This is explained by the attractiveness of the Russian flower market and the desire of the participants to communicate directly with their Russian partners and consumers.

The import of roses from Kenya to Russia in recent years has significantly outpaced all other countries and has grown by more than 50%. Rose was the second most important source of profit for the Kenyan budget, bringing in from the sale of flowers 400 million euros a year.

The companies of Kenya are AAA Growers; Everest Enterprises Limited; Floriken Blooms; Horticultural Crops Directorate; Milele Flowers; Molo Greens; Subati Group; Waridi; ZNS Group – are waiting for all interested in cooperation on September 12-14 at the exhibition “FlowersExpo-2017” in IEC “Crocus Expo”, pavilion 1, hall 3.

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