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Country Case Study:           ORGANIC DEVELOPMENT               IN INDONESIA                                            Pr...
Organic Industry• Organic market is growing fastly• Domestic market:   – Dominated by fresh products   – Imported processe...
Organic Product of Indonesia Coffee         Cashew Cocoa          Coconut sugar Forest honey   Rice Shrimps        Spices2...
Certified Land in 2009                                                                            [IFOAM, 2011]    Main La...
National Organic Authorities• Organic Authority under MoA [OKPO]: fresh  and semi processed products• Indonesia FDA [BPOM]...
Regulation & StandardPP69/1999: Food Labelling and AdvertisementSNI6729-2010: Organic Food System• production, labelling, ...
CBs operate in Indonesia• 8 local CBs and 11 int’l CBs  Local CBs               Int’l CBs  1. BIOCert              1. IMO*...
Organic IntegrityFresh products [voluntary]:- Certified by KAN accredited CBs- Using logo “ORGANIK Indonesia”Constraint:Se...
Imported processed product is registered to Indonesia FDA[mandatory]: Certified organic by KAN accredited CBs Recommenda...
Organic Inputs• SNI on organic inputs• Registered by MoA as commercial inputs: quality and product  effectiveness test   -...
ChallengesDomestic market• New middle up and educated community class: 56% of population   – Increasing awareness increas...
Government Policy To Support AOMoA:• Socialization on OA: Training and fund for local facilitator on  OA and ICS• Fund sup...
Future Outlook in 2020As Organic Kitchen in the World• Increasing certified farms: triple from 2009• Producing processed p...
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Organic Development in Indonesia 2012

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Organic Development in Indonesia 2012

  1. 1. Country Case Study: ORGANIC DEVELOPMENT IN INDONESIA Prepared by: Agung Prawoto – BIOCert Sitti Noorjanah – Ministry of Agriculture The Republic of IndonesiaPresented to APO Training on Organic Product Certification and Auditing in Colombo Sri Lanka, 18-23 June 2012
  2. 2. Organic Industry• Organic market is growing fastly• Domestic market: – Dominated by fresh products – Imported processed food – Organic communities• Export product: – Coffee, spices, cashew, coconut sugar, shrimps• No data on organic market value, but estimated up to USD20- 25millions per year.21/06/2012 2
  3. 3. Organic Product of Indonesia Coffee Cashew Cocoa Coconut sugar Forest honey Rice Shrimps Spices21/06/2012 3
  4. 4. Certified Land in 2009 [IFOAM, 2011] Main Land Use Main Crop Type Ha Agricultural land and crops, Agricultural land and crops, no details 9.013 no details Arable crops Cereal 560 Medicinal and aromatic plants 2.913 Mushroom 1 Vegetables 92,3 Arable crops total 12.579 Permanent crop Cocoa 2.386 Coconut 936 Coffee 31.580 Fruit, tropical and subtropical 18 Medicinal and aromatic plants, permanent 849 Nuts 3.574 tea 206 Permanent crop total 39.549 Sub Total 52.128 Aquaculture 94 wild collection 32.000 PAMOR [PGS initiatives] 16,3 Total 84.23921/06/2012 4
  5. 5. National Organic Authorities• Organic Authority under MoA [OKPO]: fresh and semi processed products• Indonesia FDA [BPOM] for controlling processed food• National Accreditation Body of Indonesia [KAN]: ISO 65 + organic criteria• National Standardization Body of Indonesia [BSN]: standard setting body21/06/2012 5
  6. 6. Regulation & StandardPP69/1999: Food Labelling and AdvertisementSNI6729-2010: Organic Food System• production, labelling, import, inspection/certification, national list• Scope: plant and plant product, livestock and livestock product, processing for plant and livestock product.Indonesia FDA [SK Badan POM HK00.06.52.0100]:Controlling Organic Processed Food.KAN Guidance 901/902/904:2006 onaccreditation requirements MoA decree of Organic Agriculture [in nearfuture]21/06/2012 6
  7. 7. CBs operate in Indonesia• 8 local CBs and 11 int’l CBs Local CBs Int’l CBs 1. BIOCert 1. IMO*** 9. Ceres*** 2. MAL 2. Control Union* 10. GOCA 3. Sucofindo 3. ACT** 11. ACO 4. Inofice 4. ICEA** 5. SDS 5. Bio.inspecta** * Office in Indonesia 6. Lesos 6. Ecocert ** cooperation with local CBs 7. LSPO West Sumatra 7. NASAA ***has national representative 8. Persada 8. Naturland21/06/2012 7
  8. 8. Organic IntegrityFresh products [voluntary]:- Certified by KAN accredited CBs- Using logo “ORGANIK Indonesia”Constraint:Self claimed product.21/06/2012 8
  9. 9. Imported processed product is registered to Indonesia FDA[mandatory]: Certified organic by KAN accredited CBs Recommendation from MoA to confirm the product is processed organically – Valid organic certificate – Certified by KAN accredited CBs or recognized accreditation body – equivalency on organic assessment system – Valid transaction certificate• Using logo “ORGANIK Indonesia” and words in Bahasa on packaging.• Market survey regularly: withdrawing the products, administration sanctionConstraint: various organic logo and using foreign language on packaging, FDA unregistered since various items and small quantity of processed product21/06/2012 9
  10. 10. Organic Inputs• SNI on organic inputs• Registered by MoA as commercial inputs: quality and product effectiveness test - No registered as illegal inputsConstraint:• Misintepretation on “organic” as input for organic agriculture or containing organic materials.• Registering to MoA: unafforable for organic input producers.21/06/2012 10
  11. 11. ChallengesDomestic market• New middle up and educated community class: 56% of population – Increasing awareness increasing demand of organic products – Providing organic product: fresh processed products – Increasing imported products – Sometimes need organic fish• Regulation on organic products: research, training, certification, market, fund, etc.• Reliable logo “ORGANIK Indonesia”.Export market• Certification cost: expensive  foreign based CB• Exporting raw product to processed products21/06/2012 11
  12. 12. Government Policy To Support AOMoA:• Socialization on OA: Training and fund for local facilitator on OA and ICS• Fund support for smallholder group certification scheme• Promoting organic product: national events and facilitating to follow BIOFach.• Researches on OA• Promoting logo “ORGANIK Indonesia” to supermarket.BSN:• Facilitating local CBs for ISO65, ROCB [Japan]Ministry of Trade• Trade promotion21/06/2012 12
  13. 13. Future Outlook in 2020As Organic Kitchen in the World• Increasing certified farms: triple from 2009• Producing processed products• Integrated regulation to support organic agriculture: research, training, certification, market, fund, etc.21/06/2012 13

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