January 20, 2022

FMI, a leading B2B event in Indonesia’s F&B manufacturing industry

Food Manufacturing Indonesia (FMI) is an international event specialized in F&B Manufacturing Industry which scopes include ingredients, processing technologies, packaging, logistics, and many related industries. This show is a B2B event where all key players and decision-makers from the F&B industry will have great opportunities to meet up and share their latest products, technologies, and experiences in developing more business networks.

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the F&B sector successfully recorded positive year-on-year growth at 3.94% in the first quarter of 2020. The food industry trend in 2021 is expected to reach USD 2,517 million with an annual growth rate of 10.8% from 2021 to 2026. The sector is also projected to reach a market volume of USD 3,724 million by 2025. Thus, the sector offers huge investment opportunities.

Food processing is one of the most promising industries in Indonesia due to its large number of businesses that compete for sales. Indonesia requires a wide array of raw materials for its food processing industry. Thus, this demand is opening up significant opportunities for ingredient suppliers from all over the world, especially neighboring countries.

Indonesia, with over 260 million populations, has been recognized as one of the most important dynamic markets and became a very promising market in the world. In the roadmap of making Indonesia 4.0, Indonesia has set a target for the food industry in Indonesia to dominate Southeast Asia.

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