Head isu! September is Estonian Food Month ({{commentsTotal}})

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Food festivals and fairs will take place all across the country in September to celebrate the first ever Estonian Food Month.

Estonian food will also take center stage in restaurants, dozens of which will offer a special Estonian dish throughout the month.

The full program includes over 30 different food-related events at home and abroad, including mushroom, honey, and jam festivals, and promotion stands in fairs in Paris, Berlin, and Helsinki.

The Estonian Food Month is organized by the Ministry of Rural Affairs and Eesti Toit.

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Editor: M. Oll



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