The objective of this research is to analyse food consumption patterns in Slovenia in the last transition period. We use cross-sectional household data from the Household Budget Survey to estimate expenditures and price elasticities for households segmented by income levels and for Slovenia as a whole. Food demand, namely demand for seven food groups, is estimated as a simultaneous system of these demand equations. The Linear Approximate Almost Ideal Demand System (LA/AIDS) method is applied. According to expenditures and price elasticities, Slovenia seems to be losing consumption characteristics typical for countries in transition. Moreover, consumption patterns are becoming like those in developed countries; however, some unique food habits persist.