Indonesia: Ministry of Agriculture releases exports of plantation products to Asian and European markets

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Published Apr 21, 2024

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During the National Plantation Celebration in Bogor City, West Java, significant exports of agricultural commodities were announced by the Directorate General of Plantations, Ministry of Agriculture. This included 21 tons of moringa products to China by PT Moringa Indonesia, 33 tons of coconut charcoal to Jordan by PT Cococha Indonesia, and 200 kilograms of artisan tea to Türkiye and Russia by Sila Tea House Bogor. The event highlighted efforts to enhance the value of coconut plantations in West Java and praised the Bogor City Government for its support of MSMEs in the agricultural sector, aiming to boost the local economy and international trade.
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REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, BOGOR CITY -- The Directorate General of Plantations of the Ministry of Agriculture (Kementan) released exports of plantation products in the form of moringa, coconut and tea commodities at the National Plantation Celebration (SKENA) event in Bogor City, West Java, Saturday (20/4 /2024). Director General of Plantations Andi Nur Alam Syah in Bogor City, Saturday, said that the moringa commodity exported came from PT Moringa Indonesia with a volume of 21 tons, or worth IDR 348 million. "PT Moringa's moringa commodities consist of dried moringa leaves and dried processed products which will be exported to China," said Andi Nur. Meanwhile, continued Andi Nur, the exported coconut commodity is coconut charcoal or what is known as charcoal from PT Cococha Indonesia. "This company routinely continues to export to Jordan and its market share is very large. "With an export volume of 33 tons, or worth IDR 814 million," he explained. Andi Nur also hopes that in the future ...
Source: Republika
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