TALLINN - In Estonia, as in the rest of Europe, consumer demand for natural and eco-friendly products is on the rise. Eco products have reached Tallinn’s large, mainstream supermarkets such as Tallinna Kaubamaja, Stockmann, Selver, Rimi and Prisma. Many of these carry labels, either Estonian or international, marking them as environmentally friendly, produced with a low-energy process or meeting certain quality or fair-trade standards.One of the most popular stores in Tallinn is Biomarket, which can be found in the biggest shopping malls in Tallinn. According to company CEO Ma...
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