Final summary

We thank the exhibitors, partners and visitors for participating in Tallinn FoodFair!

Tallinn FoodFair brought together the entire food industry. For many, it was the end of more than a year’s separation from their partners, customers and colleagues. The reunion set the tone and created an excellent working atmosphere for all three days of the fair.

There were 4,630 visitors to the fair. The fair targeted food industry professionals.

Breakdown of visitors:

HoReCa 38%
food production 18%
retail 15%
wholesale, import, export 13%
machinery, equipment and furnishings 3%
associations, municipalities 2%
other 11%

More than 100 food and catering students from vocational schools attended the fair. There were an estimated 200 foreign visitors from 14 countries. 25 journalists or media representatives were accredited for the fair.

135 companies and organisations introduced their products and services. 25 foreign companies participated – from Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Denmark, Italy, Greece and Indonesia.

The fair programme included 10 different professional competitions, product competitions and information events. A total of 29 companies and organisations participated in these. Conferences and seminars featured 29 presentations and were attended by 380 visitors.

The next food fair, Tallinn FoodFest, will take place in October 2022.

NEW – Bread Festival at Tallinn Creative Hub 20–21 November 2021

The first Tallinn FoodFair was held in 1993. Tallinn FoodFair and Tallinn FoodFest are held alternately every year. Tradition, expertise and a lively interest in what is happening in the Estonian food market make food fairs an anticipated meeting place for thousands of food industry professionals. See you at the fair!