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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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  • AMO N.P.P.

    Exhibitor
    Kosovo
    AMO Food Industry was founded in 2008. With the privatization of social facility in 2006 with an area of approximately 7500 m2.  This industry starts its activity with the production of spices and packaging of seeds. At that time there were about 30 employees and a production capacity of 30 tons per month. Infrastructure had opportunities and market demand AMO food industry expands its operations with the production of confectionery products such are different Rollatat, and various dessert cake…
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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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  • Essi Shpk

    Exhibitor
    Kosovo
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  • Estnische Landwirtschafts-Handelskammer

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    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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  • Forest honey - Jõumees OÜ

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

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  • Fruitex L.L.C

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    Frutex L.L.C. was founded in 1994.Owner of company its Mr. Shaqir Palushi. In the first half of 2006, respectively in May of that year, Frutex company began producing a new energy drink named Golden Eagle Energy Drink. This drink was welcomed by the consumer for many reasons but the main ones was that this drink was high quality, high nutritional value, and above all extremely competitive price Production Line of Golden Eagle & Relax is active since 2006 but the modern lines of digital technolog…
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  • Hit Flores sh.p.k.

    Exhibitor
    Kosovo
    Hit-Flores was estabilished on 1987 and it is the leader for Kosovo , in collection of medical herbs and mountains fruts from beautifull Sharri mountains. Our company as well deals with the proccesing of medical herbs and mountain fruits in the same time processing and packing of teas which is directly collected from Sharri Mountains. Whithin the company functions the plantation of raspberry in the cooperation with the local farmers from Dragash region.
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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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  • Kosovo Investment and Enterprise Support Agency

    Exhibitor
    Kosovo
    • Professionals Professionals
    Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Development mandate: Develop polices and implement laws for development of agriculture including also the cattle and production of plant, rural development and setting of standards for maintenance. Facilities development of credit scheme for the support of agriculture, forestry and activities for rural development in private sector; Develop policy for assisting the administration and management of forestry sector including pro…
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