Indonesia Seafood Products

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Shrimp

Able to provide year-round and meet global demand, Indonesia is one of the world’s biggest and most reliable producers of shrimp. The Indonesian shrimp farming industry is supported by the implementation of good management aquaculture, handling and manufacturing practices, combined with initiatives related to social responsibility.

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Tuna

At about one million tons, Indonesia’s annual tuna catch comprises 16% of the world’s total supply. What makes us unique is that a large proportion of that volume comprising Indonesian yellowfin and is caught by traditional pole and line or handline fishing.

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Cephalopods

More than 60% of octopuses from Indonesia are exported to countries that have started to ask for the issue of sustainability (sustainable products) as one of the requirements (United States, Italy, Australia, Japan and Greece), either through MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) certification, or participation in the Fishery Improvement Project (FIP).

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Crab

One of the most popular and most important of all marine resources in the archipelago, Indonesian crab are being exported in increasingly larger quantities. This makes proper management of Indonesian crab species essential to their continued availability, and to the survival of the industry itself.

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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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Other

Seafood products which are not included in 5 main export commodities such as lobster, tilapia, pangasius, red snapper, grouper, milkfish, clams, and many more.

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