La Tomatina is a food battle celebration hung on the last Wednesday of August every year in the town of Buñol (history) close to Valencia in Spain.

Heaps of individuals advance from all sides of the world to battle in this 'World's Biggest Food Fight'

Following a two-year suspension due to the Covid pandemic, La Tomatina got back to the town of Buñol, Spain,

drawing in roughly 20,000 individuals to partake in what is charged as "the world's greatest tomato battle."

About 130 tons of overripe tomatoes were brought by seven trucks, then unloaded and tossed among the group.

Members wear swim goggles to safeguard their eyes while their attire, for the most part T-shirts and shorts, are left mash covered.

Because of media inclusion during the 1980s, it formed into a huge public and worldwide occasion that pulled in individuals around the world.

Neighborhood specialists anticipated less global travelers this year because of the continuous COVID-19 worries in Asian countries.

The festival this year had the additional advantage of being the 75th commemoration of the occasion and 20 years since Spain assigned the celebration as a worldwide vacationer location,

as well as being the principal battle before the pandemic began in Spain in 2020.