Indonesia has a pavilion at the Summer Fancy Food Show that includes eight of the country’s best food producers in booth #319-333. Indonesia’s food exports include canned fruit and vegetables, baked goods, snacks, coconut water, sweet soya sauce, salad dressing, nuts, coffee, tea, honey, cassava chips, fruit juice and much more.
The eight exhibitors in the Indonesian Pavilion are as follows: cashew nuts from East Bali Cashews; baked goods and snacks from Garudafood; cassava chips, condensed milk and fruit juices from Jans Enterprise Corp.; canned vegetable, and fruit from Java Peppers Industries; coffee and tea from PT. National Plantation; relish, salad dressing, salsa and dips from Bali and Beyond; coffee, tea and hone from Surya Mas Jaya; instant noodles, sauces, coffee and powdered drinks from Wings Food; and coffee, tea, snacks and pastries from Kopi Kopi.
Vendors offering new products at booths in the Indonesian Pavilion are:
Java Peppers Industries
“Fresh quality, superb packaging and FDA approved.”
Java Peppers is a food processing company in Malang, Indonesia which grows its products in its own greenhouses.
East Bali Cashew
“Organic, Fair Trade, Carbon-Neutral and DELICIOUS!”
East Bali Cashew is founded by an American entrepreneur who employs women of farming facilities to create a cashew processing facility in Bali, Indonesia. The result is a magnificent product that fulfills your snacks appetite in a healthy way.
Kopi Kopi NYC
“Indonesian Coffee and Food.”
Kopi Kopi NYC delivers the finest coffee; sourced from Indonesia and locally roasted. Its café, located in New York City (NYC), is among the first cafes in NYC to use the award-winning Alpha Dominche Steampunk machine –a revolutionary new way to brew.
As a country rich in agricultural resources as well as skilled workers, Indonesia has a lot to offer to the food industry in the U.S. In 2012, Indonesia exports more than $19 million worth of processed foods to the U.S. Visit Indonesian Pavilion at the Summer Fancy Food, June 29 – July 2012 at the Jacob Javitz Convention Center, booth #319-333 for a look at foods that will fit your customers’ tastes for ethnic food adventures.