SALT LAKE CITY (FNS) - Rising fuel costs are causing further upheaval in floral transportation, a business already plagued by driver shortages, increasing non-union labor costs and unpredictable delays in receiving imports. "It would be great to have more solutions and fewer problems," said Annette Egan, floral buyer for Associated Food Stores here, which serves about 450 stores in six Western states. This year's jump in fuel costs is turning Egan's job of placing orders and calculating ...

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