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Industry ministry's director-general speaks of news of PepsiCo deciding to step out of the Indonesian market.
Deutsche Welle celebrates its 60th anniversary by holding discussion panels including one about 'The Fight against Food Waste'
Caffeine stimulates the central neurosystem, acting as a light antidepressant by increasing production of good-mood neurotransmitter on the brain.
Along with his rising popularity, many noodle producers throughout the world are sending him their latests products to be reviewed.
"Many chefs are proud of cooking Western or Chinese food. They tend to forget the cuisine they inherited from their ancestors."
The glow-in-the-dark ice cream is created using a protein that gives the jellyfish its bioluminescence.
In Trafique Coffee, congestions are no longer annoying.
Continuous depreciation of the rupiah had forced food and beverage companies to lower their margin, and eventually increase prices.
President Joko Widodo offers facilities to food and beverage industries across the country as they have a significant contribution to the GDP
The food and beverage industry growth have reached 8.64 percent in Q1/2015, which experienced a slowdown compared to Q1/2014 of 10.14 percent.
Still within the Eid atmosphere, shopping centers in Balikpapan turn into family destination.
Association says that the import price of sausages and other processed meat has increased by 18 times.
Indonesian Embassy to North Korea in Pyongyang promoted Indonesian products at the 18th Spring International Trade Fair.
It will be the largest Indomie factory outside Indonesia, says embassy official.
The construction of Indomie factory will begin in January 2015 and is expected to begin its production by the end of the third quarter in 2015.
"We asked the government to release the results showing the positive and negative impacts [of the regulation]," Aprindo chairman says.
Trade Minister Rachmat Gobel discusses the recent beer restriction policy with Heineken, a Dutch beer company.
Company official that sells several beer brands including San Miguel and Carlsberg says their sales volume and value will be drop by 60%.
Retailers will have to establish a joint business entity to be allowed to sell alcoholic beverages.
Association rep says the signed petition has been submitted to the Bali's Department of Trade and Industry and to the Regional Representative Council.