SALT LAKE CITY -- Harmons has opened a floral distribution center in a strategic move to become the primary supermarket floral destination in its market area. The facility supplies the company's 11 stores with professional floral arrangements, and it will now coordinate home deliveries -- a new service for the retailer. Inside the 12,500-square-foot, climate-controlled distribution center, trained, certified floral designers create arrangements, allowing store-level floral department ...

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