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Estonian food is gaining international attention and recognition

Dubai is a melting pot of cultures and not surprisingly one of the most diverse food scenes in the world.

In recent years, United Arab Emirates has increased its efforts to not only offer a wide variety of fresh food but to offer sustainable food products and technologies to further enhance the shift to greener solutions in production.

This sort of development that values pure, clean and healthy foods has the Middle East increasingly turning its head to alternative supply chains. Hence, Estonia, which is rated as a country with one of the cleanest air and food in the world, and with plentiful organic farmland, can really fill the table. Nordic flavours added health benefits and honest delicious products have made quite an impression in the Middle East already and the trend keeps growing.

Recently, a quarterly print publication and digital platform The Pro Chef Magazine Middle-East published an article listing their favourite food and beverage brands from Estonia. Amongst them was Roosiku Organic Vegan Chocolate, which happens to be the chosen finalist for the Innovation Award at the largest annual F&B sourcing event in the world – Gulfood.

Check out the rest of the article and other tasty products listed in the write-up like LOOV Organic berries, Must Umami garlic, Balsnack crisps and much more.

And if Taste Estonia left you hungry for more, you are not alone! Estonian cuisine is officially being recognized with one of the most prestigious, renowned and sought-after quality marks in the world – The Michelin Guide. No better time to try the pure, fresh and clean food Estonia has to offer. You can read more about it here.

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