The Indonesia Australia Partnership on Food Security in the Red Meat and Cattle Sector (the Partnership) was developed by the Indonesian and Australian governments to combine their strengths to improve the red meat and cattle sector supply chain in Indonesia and to promote a stable trade and investment environment between Indonesia and Australia.
The 10-year Partnership will span until 2023, with AUD $ 60 million in funding from the Australian Government and co-contributions from project Partners.
Indonesia domestic beef sales held up relatively well over the last two months of Ramadan and Eid Fitr, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, partly due to the delayed entry of frozen Indian buffalo meat.Read More
The Partnership and IACCB held webinar on June 25, 2020 themed: " Innovations for Cheap and Quality Cattle Feed Management". The webinar was attended by a total of 364 participants of which 294 (149 male and 144 female) linked in using zoom and approximately 71 people participated directly through YouTube channel @IAredmeatcattle.Read More
Between 2015 and 2019 Indonesian beef production fluctuated widely with a high of 518,484 tons in 2016 and only 490,420.8 tons in 2019. According to the Indonesian Central Statistics Agency (BPS) total beef demand in 2019 reached 686,270 tons, with Indonesian beef demand at 2.56 kilograms per capita per year.Read More
The second MLA/Partnership Webinar on the Indonesia – Australia red meat and cattle trade was held on the 5th of June, with approximately 100 industry participants attending. The webinar focussed on beef consumption and demand over Eid ul Fitr in the midst of COVID-19 and new growth opportunities emerging out of IA-CEPA, that will come into force on 5th July 2020.Read More
Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) Indonesia, in collaboration with the Indonesia-Australia Partnership on Food Security in the Red Meat and Cattle Sector, hosted webinar to over 80 Indonesian and Australian government and industry stakeholders on May 6, 2020. The webinar provided an update on short-term COVID-19 impacts on the live cattle / beef industry in Indonesia and northern Australia.Read More
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