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NATURALS FROM INDONESIA – AN UPDATEJanuary 27, 2022

Ravi Sanganeria At the last IFEAT Conference in Bali in October 2019 I made a keynote presentation providing an overview of Indonesian essential oils and the many challenges and opportunities faced by the sector. Since then, the past two years have probably been the most difficult faced by the sector in living memory and this article provides an ...

IFEAT 2019 AN “ESSENTIAL” BLEND OF BUSINESS AND CULTUREJanuary 05, 2020

a positive note arguing that with encouragement and investment Indonesia will continue not only to supply competitive, good quality, sustainable natural essential oils to the world market but will also provide an expanding source of new value added innovative F&F ingredients. Photo: Group photo to honour all the Indonesia Indonesia was producing consecutive 2 years of good crops during 2015 / 2016. During 2015 Indonesia Produced around 100,000 Metric Tons and During 2016 Indonesia ...

OPTIMISING SOCIAL ECOSYSTEMSJanuary 24, 2019

treat dandruff, skin irritations, acne, and eczema as well as for use in meditation. It became more widely known in Europe in the 1800s through the fabric trade routes, particularly from India, as dried patchouli leaves would be stuffed into rolled carpets and rugs before export to function as an insecticide. The resultant scent was so linked to authentic merchandise that traders would doubt ...

Indonesian Nutmeg PlantationsJuly 20, 2015

...on the oil markets, often creating shortages as less product reached processors. The spices in their ground form are mainly used in the food processing industry, in particular for meat seasoning. Nutmeg is also often used in many sweet and savory dishes, especially in India and in many other culinary cuisines in Thailand, Japan and its native Indonesian Rupiah, export prices have jumped. This scenario is unlikely to improve quickly with weather forecasters ...

SRI LANKA THE SPICE ISLANDMay 26, 2018

...recent years but there was a substantial growth in 2017 to reach 38 MT (see Table). Some oil is consumed domestically in the soap industry. Citronella still The recent very dry weather has had a major impact on the availability of grasses for distillation. Also lower Indonesian prices have limited demand for Sri Lankan citronella oil in recent ...

Botanical Extracts from Van AromaDecember 01, 2016

beans come from Sulawesi and Northern Sumatra and offer a rich taste for the beverage and confectionary markets. Coffee ExtractIndonesia is steeped in history when it comes to coffee, in particular the Arabica type. Known as the ‘Mountain Coffee’ it is thought the Arabic bean was the first to be cultivated and exported to the ...