Indonesia is known as a country with abundant spices. It was so plentiful during the colonial era various countries in the world had ambitions and hunts to control the spices in Indonesia.
It’s only natural now to be a Supplier of spices From Indonesia because, at that time, herbs were one of the commodities that had high economic value. In fact, during the colonial period, typical Indonesian spices had a higher selling value than gold.
Until now, Indonesian spices are still popular and have attracted the world’s attention. It is evident from the high number of typical Indonesian spice products exported to various countries, such as pepper, cloves, nutmeg, coffee to cinnamon.
Spice plants that are widely spread in Bangka Belitung, Bengkulu, Lampung, West Kalimantan, East Kalimantan, Southeast Sulawesi, to South Sulawesi have become Indonesia’s main spice commodity.
Pepper is often used as a condiment in soups and stir-fries, warming effect on the body.
Clove is a spice native to Maluku, targeted by many invaders. Because, during the colonial period, cloves became one of the most popular spices and had a high price.
Indonesia’s climate-producing areas include East Java, Maluku, Sulawesi Island, East Kalimantan, to East Nusa Tenggara.
Another Indonesian spice that is widely exported abroad is nutmeg. According to data as of January-April 2020, the value of the whole nutmeg reached 26.47 million US dollars, and nutmeg powder was 7.04 million US dollars.
Interestingly, apart from being spices, the typical plants of Banda and Maluku are also commodities that produce essential oils. Unmitigated, in 2016, nutmeg became the third largest Indonesian spice commodity.
The next typical Indonesian spice that is exported abroad is andaliman.
Andaliman is a spice that has a fairly spicy taste like pepper, has a citrus-like aroma but is softer, and is used as a mixture of typical Batak cuisine.
Although still, a little foreign, Andaliman prestige in the culinary world is increasing rapidly. According to data from the Ministry of Agriculture, the spices typical of North Sumatra were successfully exported to Germany as much as 574 kg, with a value of Rp. 431 million!
In recent years, coffee in Indonesia has been on the rise. Coffee shops are increasingly mushrooming, and their presentations are also diverse according to their respective target markets. Don’t forget that our country is known as the best coffee producer globally and has Indonesian Coffee suppliers with the best coffee plantations in every region in Indonesia as a coffee producer.
Over time, more and more people enjoy coffee, and more and more people are interested in learning about coffee. The coffee garden has become a tourist attraction that many coffee lovers visit. There, visitors can try experiences in picking coffee beans, to various processes until the coffee can be drunk.
For this reason, our company is a leading supplier of spices & coffee products from Indonesia. As one of the largest spice producing countries in the world, our company is a trusted and reliable global spice trader.
We are a professional company that can supply spices in large quantities continuously.
We can ship worldwide.