The price of garlic has quietly fallen in Indonesia

Updated Sep 13, 2023
Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia - Garlic prices are predicted to decline soon. The reason is that there is an overflow of garlic supply to the market, especially in the wholesale market.
According to Plt. Head of BPS Amalia Adininggar Widyasanti, there was an increase in domestic garlic production in the January-August 2023 period, compared to the same period in 2022. Where, garlic production is concentrated in Central Java, amounting to 84.86% of national production. BPS noted that national garlic production in January-August 2023 reached 19.89 thousand tons, an increase of 7.04% from the same period in 2022 which was recorded at 18.58 thousand tons. Apart from Central Java, 2 other provinces that supply garlic domestically are West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) with a share of 7.45% or 1,480 tons, followed by East Java with a share of 2.96% or 590 tons. Meanwhile, other regions in Sumatra, West Java, Sulawesi, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) and Papua have smaller production portions, in the range of 0-500 tonnes. This is Amalia's presentation at the 2023 Inflation Control Coordination Meeting, Monday (11/9/2023). "The condition of garlic prices in 11 provinces is above the ...
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