Ella Karapetyan, The Baltic Times.
TALLINN - People who love the natural taste of Estonian food products shop at Rotermanni City Square, which accommodates a small farmers’ market, offering Estonian food products only. Farmers and small enterprises offer a variety of vegetables, strawberries, sausages, ham, mutton, cheeses, smoked fish, hand-made home-baked black bread and different small pies.
The main idea of the freshly opened market is to offer farmers an opportunity to sell and to give townspeople a chance to get real domestic farm food which they cannot buy from supermarkets. One of the farmers from Rotermanni, who asked not to be named, said that this year seems better than the previous one. “Because of the economic recession, we could not make a good profit last year but this year seems to be better,” says the farmer.
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