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Valentine’s Week: According to the CEO of Blinkit, rose sales are breaking records

<p>This today, February 7, is Rose Day. This day initiates Valentine Week, which concludes on February 14 with Valentine’s Day. Couples all throughout the globe have the chance to show their loved ones how much they care during this week. This year’s record-breaking rose sales appear to have put the week on a positive start.</p>
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<p>As of 11 a.m. this year, Blinkit CEO Albinder Dhindsa reports that the business has distributed more roses than it did on Rose Day in 2013.</p>
<p>“What a crazy beginning to Valentine’s Day week! We’ve sold more roses today at 11 a.m. than we did on Rose Day in 2023. Additionally, our experts are informing me that the evening will see a larger high, Dhindsa said in a post on X.</p>
<p>He mentioned that since this morning, our “Order for someone else flow” has been used to place roughly 20% of all orders! I love that so many people can send Valentine’s Day gifts with our assistance today. Indeed, love is in the air.</p>
<p>In the meanwhile, he also offers some observations on chocolate sales on Rose Day in 2024. It seems that more chocolates will be sold today than there were on last year’s Chocolate Day, he added.</p>
<p>Dhindsa said, “It looks like we’ll sell a lot more chocolates today than we did on Chocolate Day last year.”</p>