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Value Chain of Indonesian Forest Honey (Perspectives for Private Sector Partners)
Value Chain of Indonesian Forest Honey (Perspectives for Private Sector Partners)
Value Chain of Indonesian Forest Honey (Perspectives for Private Sector Partners)
Value Chain of Indonesian Forest Honey (Perspectives for Private Sector Partners)
Value Chain of Indonesian Forest Honey (Perspectives for Private Sector Partners)
Value Chain of Indonesian Forest Honey (Perspectives for Private Sector Partners)
Value Chain of Indonesian Forest Honey (Perspectives for Private Sector Partners)
Value Chain of Indonesian Forest Honey (Perspectives for Private Sector Partners)
Value Chain of Indonesian Forest Honey (Perspectives for Private Sector Partners)
Value Chain of Indonesian Forest Honey (Perspectives for Private Sector Partners)
Value Chain of Indonesian Forest Honey (Perspectives for Private Sector Partners)
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Value Chain of Indonesian Forest Honey (Perspectives for Private Sector Partners)

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This presentation by Johnny Utama given during the Forests Asia Summit in the discussion forum "Social forestry and sustainable value chains towards a Green Economy in ASEAN" introduces the Indonesian …

This presentation by Johnny Utama given during the Forests Asia Summit in the discussion forum "Social forestry and sustainable value chains towards a Green Economy in ASEAN" introduces the Indonesian Forest Honey Network, its value chain, the challenges, the product and the plans for expanding the market.

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  • 1. WORKING WITH FOREST HONEY VALUE CHAIN PLAYER BY JOHNY W. UTAMA VALUE CHAIN OF INDONESIAN FOREST HONEY ( PERSPECTIVES FOR A PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNERS ) May 5,2014 FOREST ASIA SUMMIT Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta By Johny W Utama Dian Niaga Jakarta
  • 2. Planet ProfitPeople Sustainability Bearable Viable Equitable BACKGROUND
  • 3. INDONESIAN FOREST HONEY NETWORK OR JMHI ( JARINGAN MADU HUTAN INDONESIA Focus only Apis Dorsata - The Giant Rock Bee Protect forest as bee habitat Encourage forest dwelling people to protect the forest and give the alternative income from non tomber forest product Building a profitable trading system Provides marketing for a good quality honey
  • 4. 4 DIAN NIAGA JAKARTA • Retail • corporate • community • Export JMHI Honey hunter VALUE CHAIN
  • 5. a. Continuitiy  Quantity • Availability of honey depends on the nature b. Pricing • Priced to compete with honey from apis cerana / apis melifera: • Compete with foreign products • Chanel distribution modern  high cost c. Education • Need to introduce the advantages of Indonesian forests honey to society d. Research • continuous lab test to be able to compete with foreign products. Example: Manuka Honey TANTANGANCHALLENGE
  • 6.  Corporate brand PT UKMI UKMWAY-PT AMWAY INDONESIA HONEY ISLAND  Retail Brand PT UKMI THE PRODUCT
  • 7.  Retail Brand Dian Niaga Jakarta DORSATA MADUTAN DORSATA GIFT ITEM THE PRODUCT
  • 8. EXPANDING MARKET Dian Niaga Jakarta 2006 PT UKMI 2007 Direct Selling 2007 Retail Market PT alun alun , sogo , organic land 2007 Community , PT AMINDO JAYA ( AMWAY INDONESIA ) 2007 Corporate , Bank / BUMN 2013 Retail Market Ranch Market , Kemchick , Jason Jakarta 2013 Export to Dutch On process Export to Swiss On process Personal Agent ( Surabaya ) 2012 Personal Agent Jabodetabek Export 2014
  • 9. PROFIT SHARING .  The amount of sharing of the benefits derived by each party are as follows: a. Farmer group members by 30%. b. NGO’s 20%.. c. Secretariat JMHI 10% d. Marketing 40%. *Note : Hence some farmer group prefer higher buying price than profit sharing
  • 10. “If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have four more years of life left” No More Polination No More Plants No More Animals No More Man Albert Einstein
  • 11. Thank

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