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Seaweed

Indonesia is a major supplier of natural binding solutions to the food, cosmetic and personal care industry. Around 75% of all global tropic seaweed comes from Indonesia, where a combination of short supply chains and state-of-the-art processing units guarantee quality, traceability and stable prices.

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Agar Powder

Agar Agar is a complex hydrocolloid extracted from red seaweeds (Gracilaria spp and Gelidium spp) commonly used as gelling agent in food preparation. Agar Agar does not require addition of other products or ions for gelation, and its strong gelling capacity allows agar gels to be formed from very dilute solutions.

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Pelagic Fish

This group of demersal fish is generally carried out by traditional fishermen (or called coastal fisheries) with a fishing on shallow water. The Java Sea is one of the important fishing areas for small pelagic fishery in Indonesia.

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Ball Sea Cucumber

Sea cucumber is a marine organism which is known also as “teripang” (Indonesia). Sea cucumber is in great demand by certain countries (Japan, China, Korea, Malaysia and Singapore). Sea cucumbers are spread over several marine waters, including in Indonesia. In Indonesia, sea cucumbers that have important economic value are.

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Milkfish

Milkfish is called "bandeng" or "bolu" in Indonesia. milkfish has a savory and sweet meat texture, no wonder it is hunt by food lovers and served in many restaurant's menu. The milkfish is an important seafood in Southeast Asia and some Pacific Islands. Because milkfish is notorious for being much bonier than other food fish, deboned milkfish

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