Estonia has a relatively small but developed food industry. The country is known for its quality and innovative products. One of the main advantages of Estonia is the wealth of natural resources, such as clean water, forests and pastures, which contribute to the development of agriculture and the food industry.

Local companies are engaged in the production of various products, including dairy products, meat and fish, frozen and canned foods, bakery products, drinks and confectionery. In recent years, Estonia has also shown interest in organic and environmentally friendly production, so many companies are keen to offer such products to consumers.

Thanks to active government support and the availability of European subsidies, the Estonian food industry continues to develop. The main focus is on improving product quality, improving production technologies and introducing innovations. Estonia is also actively seeking opportunities to export its food products to international markets.

It is important to note that the situation in the food industry can always change, and for more accurate and up-to-date information on the development of food production in Estonia, it is recommended to refer to recent sources such as market reports and industry news.

What are the criteria for the development of food production in Tallinn at Intrezo?

Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is one of the important food production centers in the country. The development of the food industry in Tallinn is based on various criteria that contribute to its growth and sustainability. Below are some of them:

Infrastructure: Tallinn has a well-developed infrastructure, which includes transport networks, logistics systems and storage facilities. This contributes to the efficient movement of raw materials and finished products, which is important for food production.

Innovations and technologies: Tallinn actively develops innovative solutions and technologies in the food industry.

Intrezo implements modern production methods, automation and digital technologies to improve the efficiency and quality of products.

  Tallinn has universities, research centers and educational institutions that contribute to the development of the food industry. These institutions conduct research, education and training in food technology, innovation and management.

Quality and Safety: The criterion of quality and safety is important for the development of the food industry in our company. We have strict norms and standards that govern the production processes and guarantee the high quality and safety of food products.

Environmental sustainability: Estonia and Tallinn are committed to environmental sustainability in all areas, including the food industry. The introduction of environmentally friendly production methods, waste recycling and sustainable agriculture contributes to the development of the food industry in the city.

These criteria contribute to the development of food production in Tallinn.