Indonesia: Food Service - Hotel Restaurant Institutional

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The Indonesian foodservice industry is valued at USD$22.8 billion, making it the largest market in Southeast Asia. Leading U.S. food prospects in this market include cheese, frozen potatoes, beef, fruits, pork, wine, and tree nut products that mostly used by international hotel chains, high-end restaurants, and international fast-food chains. The Government of Indonesia has lifted all Covid-related restrictions, including those affecting hotel and restaurant capacities and domestic and international travel, which has led to a rapid recovery of the foodservice sector, opening opportunities for imported foods.

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