The government has been advised to prepare a strategy that can invite quality, competitive, and export-worthy investment in order to generate foreign exchange.
The program aims to encourage Indonesian’s excellent culinary ingredients to be exported to many more countries and provide added value to the country’s economy
The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (Kemenparekraf) targets the export of spices and herbs to grow to US$ 2 billion or equivalent to Rp 29 trillion by 2024. One of its efforts is through the Indonesia Spice Up The World.
Indonesia has seen the decline to the homegrown economy as a report of the third quarter of 2020 found a possibility of a recession but the Archipelago nation saw improvement in export.