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  • Alder-Smoked Estonian Cheese - E-Piim

    Epiim’s dairy at Põltsamaa and its creamery at Järva-Jaani have produced traditional butter and cheeses from as early as 1910. In order to offer an unforgettable experience in flavour both to adults and young cheese lovers, as well as for the reason of finding new ways of utilising Estonian cheese in various dishes, Epiim offers a variety of cheeses of different flavours and with varying degrees of maturity in block, sliced, and grated forms.
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  • Almars Krog

    Exhibitor
    Sweden
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  • Bästa Lagern 5,2 Vol%

    Ein helles Lager im traditionellen Stil. Dieses Bier hat ein Aroma aus klassischem, edlem Hopfen aber auch einen sanften Charakter aus hellen Malz, mit einem Hauch von Honig. Die Basis dieses Bieres bildet Pilsnermalz von Hörby Lantmän.
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  • Black garlic - Must Küüslauk OÜ

    Black Garlic matures for weeks at a low temperature and controlled humidity. This process can be compared with sous vide cooking method, where the amino acids react and reduce the sugars giving garlics caramel flavour and brownish colour. With maturation garlic cloves become completely black and gain slightly sweet, syrupy taste which also has some balsamic vinegar and tamarind nuances. This reaction is similar to roasting the meat or cooking the bread. So basically, it is caramelised garlic.
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  • Cloudberry jam - AS Bacula (Estonia)

    Cloudberries (rubus chamaemorus) are probably the most sought after berries in Nordic countries. The berries grow in the wild and are extremely difficult to cultivate, but their golden yellow colour makes them distinctive. They have a particular place of honour in Estonian cooking and so cloudberry based desserts are often chosen for special occasions.
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  • Companhia Müller de Bebidas

    Exhibitor
    Brazil
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  • Eesti Pollumanjandus- Kaubanduskoda

    Exhibitor
    Estonia
    The Estonian Chamber of Agriculture and Commerce has united agricultural producers and processors of agricultural products and companies providing services to the agricultural sector since 1996. The Estonian Chamber of Agriculture and Commerce is promoting Estonian food products on iternational markets and offers help in finding business partners, exchanges market and price information, organises forums and information days and makes arrangements for participation in trade fairs in Estonia and …
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  • Ministerium für Ländliche Entwicklung der Republik Estland

    Exhibitor
    Estonia
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    One of the smallest countries in Europe, Estonia is situated on the north-eastern edge of the European Union on the shore of the Baltic Sea. It is a country where the land meets the sea. Estonia has a sea border of 768.6 km and a land border of 681.6 km. Estonia is also a country of thousand lakes and deep forests. Forests cover up to 55% of the country's territory. Estonia is one of the few European countries where brown bears and wolves live in the forest. Estonian food can be characterized b…
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  • Föreningen Sveriges Oberoende smabrygger c/o Ängöl AB

    Exhibitor
    Sweden
    Man has been around for thousands of years. Until the end of the 18th century beer was brewed where it was consumed – at home or at the local inn. Today brewing has become a large-scale process industry without focus on flavour and development. As a counter reaction to industrial production more and more small-scale, craft breweries of flavourful beer start production thanks to enthusiastic breweries who care about beer and its traditions. The Association of Swedish Independent Craft Brewer…
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  • Forest honey - Jõumees OÜ

    100% natural forest honey from Estonia.
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  • Fresh eggs - Kehtna Lihatööstus OÜ

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  • Kama cereal and pea mixture - Tartu Mill AS

    ​Kama is a traditional Estonian finely milled flour mixture. The kama powder is a mixture of roasted barley, rye, wheat and pea flour. Historically kama was a non-perishable, easy-to-carry food that could be quickly fashioned into a stomach-filling snack by rolling it into butter or lard; it didn't require baking, as it was already roasted. Nowadays it is used for making some desserts. It is mostly enjoyed for breakfast mixed with milk, buttermilk or kefir as mush. It is frequently sweetened wit…
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