The grading hall has some special qualities; it is manufactured by Fill in Austria and equipped by Geerlofs of Holland. First is the reception area where the flowers are counted, inspected and then moved to the pre-cooling area maintained at 15 °C. After 2 to 3 hours the flowers are then taken into to the grading hall at a temperature of 18 to 19 °C for grading. This process is done by experienced staff that work on the ergonomic tables using accurate equipment under strict supervision by the senior graders.

There after our flowers are kept in cold store at a temperature between 2 and 3 C. This is made possible using automatic closing doors which minimize any temperature losses. Special spraying devices using ionizers have also been installed to prevent against any undesirable fungus attacks. Hygiene is paid high attention through the whole work chain.

Thus allowing Mount Meru Flowers the foundation to produce high and uniform quality bunches of roses, which the organisation is very proud to be associated with until now.

If in spite of all these precautions you find quality is not up to standard the farm will replace every bunch! Or reimburse your money.

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