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Food, Hotel and Tourism Bali 2018

Mar 1 - 3, 2018

Thursday-Saturday
Bali, Indonesia
Trade Show - International

Indonesia is the world’s fourth most populous nation and one of the best-performing emerging markets. Private consumption, which accounts for about 60% of GDP, was an important factor in sustaining growth. Growth of real GDP will average about 5.3% per year through 2020 and the IMF predicts that Indonesia will be the world’s fifth largest economy by 2030.

With a young population, low public debt, large domestic markets and a considerable resource endowment, Indonesia’s consumer prospects are bright. It will have a population of 261 million people in 2017 with more than half of the population falling in the middle class. Indonesia does not produce sufficient quantities of beef, dairy products, tree nuts, temperate zone fresh fruit and vegetables, and pet food; therefore, the import of these items is necessary. Indonesian consumers are aware of the quality and safety of U.S. products, increasing potential for companies entering the market.

Best prospects for the Indonesian markets compose of meat – including poultry and seafood, dairy, fresh and processed fruits and vegetables, prepared foods, snack foods, bakery products, and breakfast cereals. In 2016, the leading categories in Southern U.S. product exports to Indonesia were cereals ($44,815,308), meats ($13,471,671), and dairy products ($13,081,504). Sugars and prepared vegetables and fruits brought in $1,820,951 and $918,258, decreasing only slightly from previous years. Fresh vegetables increased by almost 50% with $112,989 total in export, whereas fresh fruits decreased significantly to $28,000. Register with SUSTA and explore the Indonesian food market.

Fee Includes:

  • Booth space, interpreter services, and a $500 sample shipping allowance from a consolidation point in the U.S. to the trade show through SUSTA’s freight forwarder.
  • No refunds will be issued for cancellations after the registration deadline.

Refund Cancellation Date: No refunds for cancellation after December 29th, 2017

50% CostShare:

Apply now for SUSTA's 50% CostShare to request 50% reimbursement of travel costs for up to two company representatives (flight, hotel, meals and incidentals), promotional giveaway items, point of sale materials and more! Learn more about 50% CostShare.


Industry Focus
Food Service Products, Ingredient, Natural/Health, Produce, Pet Food and Products, Retail Products
Product Description

Meat, Poultry, Seafood, Dairy, Fresh and Processed Fruits and Vegetables, Non-Alcoholic & Alcoholic Beverages, Prepared Foods, Condiments and Sauces, Snack Foods, Bakery Products, Tree Nuts, Breakfast cereals, Baby foods

Event Activities and Prices Pricing  
Food, Hotel and Tourism Bali 2018    
Corner Booth $1,000.00  
In-Line Booth $1,000.00  
Event Activities and Prices
Food, Hotel and Tourism Bali 2018
  Pricing  
Corner Booth $1,000.00
In-Line Booth $1,000.00
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