Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s announcement of a plan to ban palm oil exports shocked the world, sending edible oil prices roiling and igniting further worries over global food price rises amid the still raging Russia-Ukraine war.
More people are living in cities than ever before, with much of the rapid urbanisation occurring in the Global South, particularly in Southeast Asia.
An increasing and expanding Indonesian middle-class with a growing preference for beef is expected to continue to drive demand for Australian red meat.
The viral disease is carried by biting insects like mosquitoes and causes skin lesions, fever, loss of appetite, decreased milk production, and can lead to death in cattle and buffalo.
Indonesian shops are running out of Indomie instant noodles as the Ukraine conflict raises fears of wheat shortages.
While the idea of a government database to determine food availability may be new in Indonesian food trade, and may actually help streamline the process by cutting out the step of import recommendation, it is an old one in the history of food crisis, hunger, and the conceptual development of food security.
The Indonesian FDA Intensively Promotes Indonesia’s Processed Food Products in the Middle East Market
The Indonesian Food and Drug Authority (Indonesian FDA) was present at the Expo 2020 Dubai to introduce the potential of Indonesia’s pharmaceutical, traditional medicine, health supplements, cosmetics, and processed food industries.
The Indonesian government this week confirmed lumpy skin disease had been found in 31 villages on the island of Sumatra
Agriculture in Indonesia has been experiencing an acceleration in digitalization, as observed especially during the pandemic.
Mondelez announced it has completed a $23 million expansion of its Oreo cookies production line in Cikarang, Indonesia, a project the company said significantly increases its Oreo production capacity to meet growing local and export demand in 35 countries.
Indonesia is a country rich in abundant natural resources, one of which is spices. Currently, spice commodities are still one of the leading export commodities to European and American countries.
For a few months, Jakarta fried snack vendor Sumarno had struggled to secure cooking oil.
Relatively little is known about exciting applications of seaweed, and what role they can play in strengthening Australia-Indonesia trade and scientific collaboration.
Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ABARES) executive director Jared Greenville says growth prospects for Indonesia’s food market are enormous.
If you haven’t eaten rice, you haven’t eaten.” This saying reveals the central role rice plays to this day in the Indonesian cuisine. But with increasing urbanisation and stronger orientation toward a Western lifestyle, many Indonesians are discovering their liking for bakery products, in particular sandwich bread.
The International Day of Rural Women on October 15 was observed by many agricultural and women organisations across the world.