The COVID-19 pandemic has undeniably become the test of the century for Indonesia. Measures to mitigate the global health crisis saw trade flows and tourism grind to a halt, creating a domino effect on our lives and livelihoods, and the wider economy.
Indonesian startup Green Rebel Foods unveils Asia’s first plant-based whole cut steak to meet growing demand for meat
Two new products, a Beefless Steak and a Chick’n Steak, have been debuted at two of the leading steakhouse dining chains in the country in order to help bridge the growing demand for beef and chicken.
A report has found inefficient processing, storage, transportation, as well as wastage at the consumer’s level have led Indonesia to throw away around 23 to 48 million metric tons of food every year.
Indonesia’s bid to develop its nickel sector for the global electric car industry follows regulatory changes that raise environmental red flags.
President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has encouraged the Partnership for Green Growth and Global Goals (P4G) 2030 Initiative to take extraordinary steps to achieve sustainable development.
Indonesia needs to bring technology to agriculture and smaller businesses, for the country to unlock post-pandemic growth and become the seventh top economy by 2030, according to global consulting firm McKinsey & Company.
Experts have criticized Indonesian President Joko Widodo for not announcing a more ambitious climate target at last month’s leaders’ summit called by U.S. President Joe Biden.
Meet Indonesia’s ‘BBQ Mountain Boys,’ 2 friends who bought a coffee farm and run a YouTube channel that’s part cooking show, part tiny house dreamscape
The mountain coffee farmers have attracted nine million YouTube views and fans across Malaysia, Thailand, and Japan.
Hangry, an Indonesian cloud kitchen startup with plans to become a global F&B company, closes $13M Series A
The round was led by returning investor Alpha JWC Ventures and included participation from Atlas Pacific Capital, Salt Ventures and Heyokha Brothers.
The Indonesian platform, called Sustainable Spices Initiative Indonesia (SSI Indonesia), aims to boost spice agriculture and distribution with strategic collaboration among stakeholders.
In 1956, eight years after Japan’s defeat in WWII when food was still rationed, entrepreneur Momofuku Ando saw a long line of people in shabby clothes on the rubble-strewn streets queuing on a cold night to buy fresh “ramen” noodles at a stall.
Indonesian farmer Albertus Wawan hopes a new government regulation means the small plot of land where he grows palm oil trees in a forest reserve on Borneo may be recognised as a legal plantation and eligible to access funding.
The Indonesian seaweed industry has expanded rapidly over the last 20 years and now supports the livelihoods of more than 35,000 coastal households in South Sulawesi (BPS 2020).
Indonesian farming numbers have been falling but Covid-19 has brought some youth back to agriculture.
Fintech is playing an important role in helping digital entrepreneurs tap into growth opportunities in Indonesia’s developing communities some new research shows.