Fresh Milk Consumption on the Rise in Indonesia
The director outlined the competition in the Indonesian dairy market, discussing the shifts in consumer preferences that have occurred in recent years. He explained that consumption for fresh milk has increased as families have begun consuming more at home and school. He discussed how he thought the demand for dairy would develop in the coming years, noting that other dairy goods are also gaining popularity.
The specialist considered the fact that only 23% of raw materials for the supply of milk are produced locally, while the rest are imported. He explored the various factors that have contributed to a relatively inefficient milk production industry in Indonesia, including the cost of feeding for local farms. The director at Indolakto PT noted that the government was beginning to pay attention to these issues, but that there would be increased competition from international players headquartered in China, Vietnam and the EU. He concluded the Interview by discussing the barriers to entry for international companies, as well as advice to investors.
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