Frequent question: What foods grow in Indonesia?

What do Indonesian farmers grow?

Most farm land is used for rice or another food crop. Other crops include corn (maize), cassava, sweet potatoes, peanuts (groundnuts), and soybeans.

What vegetables are grown in Indonesia?

The major vegetables cultivated in Indonesia (besides mushrooms) and their average yields are cabbages (22.4 t/ha), chilli (4.7 to 6.4 t/ha), potato (16.4 t/ha), shallot and onions (8.8 t/ha), and tomato (12.6 t/ha) (White et al., 2007). The production of vegetables increased during the last decade (Figure 1).

What are the main crops grown in Indonesia?

The major food crops, ranked by area harvested, are rice, corn, cassava, soybeans and peanuts. Indonesia is also one of the world’s largest producers and exporters of tree crops such as rubber, copra, palm kernels, palm oil, coffee, cocoa and spices (Ministry of Agriculture, 2001).

What is Indonesia’s main industry?

Major industrial sectors include petroleum and natural gas, textiles and apparel, mining, footwear, plywood, rubber and chemical fertilisers. The services sector is equally as important to Indonesia’s economy, accounting for 43 per cent of GDP in 2015. Agriculture on the other hand only accounted for 14 per cent.

What products are in high demand in Indonesia?

edition claimed to have the following as top-selling products from this category:

  • Apparels and Footwear. Statista (1) reports that the revenue in the fashion segment is projected to reach US$ 429,685 m in 2021. …
  • Athleisure and Fitness Accessories. …
  • Fashion Accessories. …
  • Watches. …
  • Leggings and Shapewears. …
  • Modest Fashion.
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