An archipelagic country of more than 250 million people, Indonesia offers huge potential for agribusiness venture. With regard to cattle farming and livestock industry, the prospect is very bright and promising. Despite its large population and densely populated regions, beef consumption in Indonesia is about 2.5 kg per capita.

Compared to neighboring countries like Singapore, Malaysia, or Vietnam who consume 7 kg per capita, Indonesia’s beef consumption is quite low. Fueled by rapid urbanization, modern retail penetration and an expanding middle class, the national beef consumption continues to grow, currently averaging 650,000 tons per year. That figure is projected to double or triple in the next decade. On the other hand, there is a significant gap in supply and demand with annual deficit reaching 450,000 tons. This is the tremendous opportunity that Andini Agro Loka aims to capitalize on.

2015 - Beef Consumption 901000 Ton
2014 - Beef Consumption 781000 Ton
2013 - Beef Consumption 551000 Ton

Future Growth

Indonesia’s beef consumption is projected to double or triple in the next decade. On the other hand, there is a significant gap in supply and demand with annual deficit reaching 450,000 tons. This is the tremendous opportunity that Andini Agro Loka aims to capitalize on.