Technical Assistance II

The growing interest in the health benefits of spices, international ethnic cuisine and the increasing demand for sustainably produced spices open up more export opportunities for Indonesia as one of the biggest spices producers in the world. The global spices and seasoning market was valued at USD 17.75 billion in 2021 and is projected to grow to USD 25.42 billion by 2029. These potential markets should be explored while paying attention to the standards and quality requirements of the export target market.

The Directorate General of National Export Development, the Ministry of Trade, in collaboration with ARISE+ Indonesia, will hold a half-day seminar to discuss potential markets of spices and their standards and quality requirements.

The seminar will feature eminent speakers, including Mr Sabbat Christian Jannes (the Trade Attaché of the Indonesian Embassy in the Netherlands), Mr Nolo Anro (Sustainable Spices Initiatives), Mr Nyoman (Chairman of ALSI), and an importer from the Netherland or Germany. The discussion will be moderated by ibu Ni Made Ayu Marthini (the Director of Manufacturing Product Export Development).

Date: Thursday, 11 August 2022
Time: 13:30-16:30
Venue: hybrid
Participants: spices consolidators/traders/exporters, associations related to spices, including GAPMMI, functional staff at DGNED and DGCPTO MoT, Functional Officers of Industry and Trade (PFPP) in the Regional Government, technical ministries that handle spices such as MoA, MoI, MoLHR, Trade Attaches from several countries, especially the EU, Conformity Assessment Body

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