Tallinn FoodFair 2023 Summary

We would like to thank exhibitors, partners and visitors for participating in the 30th Tallinn FoodFair!

The 30th Tallinn FoodFair once again brought together the entire Estonian food industry. In a new venue at the Unibet Arena, the reunion with cooperation partners, customers and colleagues created a pleasant working atmosphere for both days of the fair.

Tallinn FoodFair was visited by 5,110 representatives from the food and related sectors.

Distribution of visitors by industry:

HoReCa 38%
food production 17%
retail trade 14%
wholesale trade, import-export 13%
machinery, equipment and furnishings 4%
federations, municipalities 2%
others 12%


Nearly 200 students from vocational schools in the food and catering sector attended the fair. The fair also attracted an estimated 200 foreign visitors from 12 countries. 32 journalists or media representatives were accredited to the fair.

170 companies and organizations presented their products and services.

42 foreign companies participated – from Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Denmark, Austria, Bulgaria, the United Kingdom, Italy and Ukraine.

In total, 13 different professional competitions, product competitions and information events were organized. In the product competitions, 25 companies participated, presenting 87 products. A total of 290 people attended the conferences and seminars, and 29 presentations and talks were given.

FoodFair photo gallery can be found here, photographer Marek Metslaid: https://shotbymarek.client-gallery.com/gallery/tallinn-food-fair-2023
The aftermovie can be found here, videographer Heldur Maripuu: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OVmL9wc82Y

Tallinn Food Fair celebrated its 30th birthday on this occasion. There have been a total of 5,040 participants at thirty fairs. The 5,000th exhibitor was Vičiunai Baltic OÜ. Throughout history, 264,754 visitors have visited the fair.

The next, 31st Tallinn FoodFair will take place on 25-26 September 2024 at the Unibet Arena.

The first Tallinn Food Fair took place in 1993. Tradition, expertise and lively interest in what is happening on the Estonian food market make food fairs a welcome meeting place for thousands of managers and specialists of companies related to the field. See you at the fair!


Tallinn Bread Festival, 16 – 17 March, Kultuurikatel (Tallinn Creative Hub)

The third edition of the Bread Festival is aimed at suppliers of bakery and related products, targeting end consumers.


Tallinn Coffee Festival, 26 – 27 April, Kultuurikatel (Tallinn Creative Hub)

The 8th edition of the festival is aimed at producers and importers of hot beverages, as well as related sectors.


See you in Tallin at the food events!