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Magelang to Export Canned Tempe to the Czech Republic

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - About 100,000 canned tempeh produced by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Magelang will be exported to the Czech Republic, Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo stated in his tweet.

The Governor’s tweet was responded positively by netizens who were curious about the unique products branded as “Umiyakko Javafood”.

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Umiyakko Javafood general manager Kusuma Winati Jati said his company had participated in exhibitions in cooperation with Central Java Cooperatives and SMEs Office both at home and abroad. He also expressed his delight with Governor Ganjar’s effort to promote the products through his tweet.

“I’m pleased that the product was tweeted and promoted by Pak Ganjar. It slws that the local government cares about about the local people,” he said on Tuesday.

Kusuma said that the product has been produced in the last three years after a long research, which started in 2007 and was halted on several occasions before the product was rolled out.

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There are now four canned tempeh variants: ‘tempe bacem’, ‘tempe gurih’, ‘tempe kari’ and the latest one ‘tempe terik’.

“The tempeh products are edible without being cooked, and can last 15 months so you can take it anywhere,” Kusuma noted.

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