Plant-based beverages must be able to still provide a creamy mouthfeel in order to successfully convert consumers over to healthier, low-sugar options for the long-term in Indonesia, especially when these are priced at a higher tier than traditional dairy...
The Indonesian producer of handmade cheese brand Mazaraat Artisanal Cheese plans to quadruple its daily output by building a second factory and subsequently entering more Asia Pacific markets from 2023 to 2024.
Chinese dairy giant Yili Group has officially launched the first phase of the Yili Indonesia Dairy Production Base. Upon completion of its second phase, it will become the country's largest ice cream factory with a daily production capacity of 4m...
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has subscribed to around 19.4m shares, worth $4.2m, as part of the initial public offering (IPO) of PT Cisarua Mountain Dairy Tbk (Cimory) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange.
Indonesian dairy company Greenfields is planning to expand its stirred yoghurt range containing live bacteria cultures across South East Asia, after a successful launch in Singapore at the end of 2020.
Based in Banyuwangi, East Java, and just across the water from the tourist hotspot of Bali, Indonesian cheese company Moon River Dairy is aiming to raise awareness and create a connection between local farmers and consumers.
Total Solar Distributed Generation (DG) has partnered with Greenfields, the largest dairy company in Southeast Asia, to provide solar power for its biggest milk processing plant in Palaan, East Java, Indonesia.
The US Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS), in partnership with the government of Indonesia, hosted a business roundtable in Jakarta last week that brought together 13 US dairy suppliers and 120 plus participants representing...
Dominating the news headlines twice in one week is not something done often by dairy majors anywhere in the world, never mind Southeast Asia. But Chinese dairy giants have now signaled their intent to set up a major presence in a region ranked the world’s...
Fonterra CEO Theo Spierings says that 'rapid growth' of around 50% forecast for dairy products in Indonesia means that the firm plans to build a new blending and packing plant in the country to help it respond more swiftly to market needs.
Indonesian instant noodle producer Indofood Sukses Makmur has
delayed the construction of a milk plant in East Java, worth $36
million, because the company claims it wants to focus on its core
noodle manufacturing business.