Indonesia’s wildlife markets are “like a cafeteria for animal pathogens,” but they have resisted efforts to close even as China has shut its own markets over coronavirus fears.
The startup connects farmers, suppliers, and consumers through its network of agents to bring fresh products to households. Its agents, or mitras, are mostly housewives who earn extra income through the service.
Nusantics claims to be the first local startup that can analyze microbiome profiles — a complex ecosystem of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi that live on and inside every human being — to identify needs.
A new study by an international team of researchers including The University of Western Australia reveals the worst marine heatwave ever recorded off Western Australia was responsible for a massive loss of genetic diversity in underwater forests.
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Five of Indonesia’s best restaurants for pork, and why country with world’s largest Muslim population is eating more of the meat
An appreciation for tasty pork dishes has become increasingly visible in Indonesia, as diners share photos of their dinners on social media.
Agus is among thousands of fishermen who have had to stop working as an outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease grips China, the largest market for Indonesian shrimp exports.
Gojek’s food delivery arm has joined forces with startup hub Digitaraya, Kopi Kenangan’s Edward Tirtanata, as well as celebrity chef Arnold Poernomo to launch a food accelerator called Digitarasa.
The palm oil industry, long accused of large-scale deforestation, is bracing for another hit to its business: machine lubricants seeping into the world’s most consumed edible oil during processing.