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Elderflowers Help Romania's Rural Economy Blossom

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June 18, 2013
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The delicate white elderflower has become a beloved ingredient for sodas and sweet drinks sold all over the world. As a result, harvesting the flower in Romania has given an economic boost to some rural communities, not least the in the region of Transylvania, once praised by Prince Charles for its exceptional flora.


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