Indonesia Pavilion

at Summer Fancy Food Show 2017

June 25-27 // Booth #102-112


Indonesia, a culinary heaven, strategically lies on the equator for 3,200 miles, roughly the distance between Los Angeles and New York . It is located between the Australian and Southeast Asian continents, surrounded with the Pacific and Indian oceans. It is a multi-cultural nation, from east to west, with around 360 ethnic groups and more than 17,000 beautiful islands with five main islands;  Sumatra, Sulawesi, Kalimantan, Java and Papua. 

With the richness of natural resources and skilled craftsmanship, Indonesia has a tremendous advantage in producing and exporting natural commodities as well as value added products. From culinary to end products, Indonesia's food and beverages is bestowed with such a unique profile and wide spectrum of ingredients and taste.

Indonesia Pavilion at Summer Fancy Food Show 2017 will showcase the unique profiles of Indonesian culinary and will feature the best Indonesian food and beverages products. We bring selected Indonesian producers, companies and brands, who are committed to produce natural and organic products without forgetting Indonesia's rich tradition to be included in the process or end products. 

Visit Indonesia Pavilion and experience Indonesia in booth #102-112!

Indonesia Pavilion Exhibitors — at Summer Fancy Food Show 2017

Jans Food

JANS FOOD engage in the manufacturing, distributing and supplying a widespread array of fruit juices, biscuits and snacks.  JANS have always believed in serving clients with products of optimum quality and ensure its entire range is in compliance with health & safety regulations.

JANS was found in 1998 by CEO, Mr. Anthony Kartawinata. Its is now the TOP 3 Distributor of Indonesian products in the U.S and have distributed its products across the U.S. Jans products and brands are Mixed Root, JANS fruit juice, MUNIK cooking ingredients, Mie Sedaap, and Sweet Cow condensed milk, and many more.

More info about JANS....

Javanese Coffee

Javanese Coffee owns and operates its farm on the island of Java. Their coffee farm is at an elevation of 1400 meters above sea level or greater with a total acreage of 70 acres and a capacity of 230,00 shrubs. The family farm is nestled within a microclimate provided by the surrounding mountains, with rain and soil conditions that make the land incredibly fertile and ideal for coffee growing.

More info about JAVENESE COFFEE....

Mitra Kerinci

Establish in 1940 by Colonial Dutch Planter, Mitra Kerinci is an integrated tea plantation and processing factory. Mitra Kerinci mainly mainly produces green tea and black tea. but also produces specialty tea such as White Tea, Red Sinensis and Green Sinensis tea.

 Liki Estate located at the hillside of Kerinci Mountain (West Sumatra) as 2nd highest mountain in Indonesia. The topography of the area is slopping to hilly with altitude 600 to 1.100 meters above sea level.

More info about MITRA KERINCI...

Jawa Import

Jawa Import is behind "Nanduto" and "Java Bite" brand of Indonesian authentic cuisine home cooking spices & pre-made ingredients. Some of their recipes are tahu telor, tempe orek, nasi liwet, and many more - making your home cooking experience a lot more convenient!

Ladang Lima 

Ladang Lima is a warmhearted product from PT. AgungBumi Agro, which a fast growing company that produces fresh cassava flour. Always take a step to look first at the community, by managing an 100 Ha cassava plantation area in Pasuruan, East Java, Ladang Lima supports Indonesia’s local farmers sustainability. 
They really put beyond effort during the process like biotechnological steps, in order to keep the structure along with texture and taste having good distinctive that other’s one. They make sure every little step during the process from fresh cut cassava root until its packaged, would maintain the five goodness: gluten-free, white natural color, rich in iron & calcium, source of fiber and low glycemic Index. 

More info about LADANG LIMA...


Coco Sugar

Coco Sugar  is located in Banyumas region, the center of organic coconut sugar production in Indonesia where its use has been deeply ingrained in the culture and it can be traced back for thousands of years. The deep understanding about the people and culture in this region coupled with international organic certification standards position them as one of  the leading supplier of organic coconut sugar and nectar.


More info about Coco Sugar....


Intrafood is the pioneer in ready-mixed Indonesian traditional beverages. We were founded in Solo, Indonesia in 1984 by Na Sing Hie, who was inspired by authentic Javanese recipe.

For over 30 years, , Intrafood has made the commitment to preserve the traditional flavor as well as maintaining the ingredients’ health benefits by using all-natural herbs and spices. We maintain our products’ standard and hygiene by using up-to-date machineries and manufacturing processes.

More info about INTRAFOOD...

Singabera - Premium Ginger Drink Brand of Intrafood

All natural goodness from the Indonesian archipelago. Singabera products are grown, harvested and processed in Indonesia. It also has continued the age-old practice of hand-harvesting for most of its products to ensure best quality harvest and high production. They champion sustainable farming practices, as reflected by our organic coconut sugar products which are produced from the nectar of long-lived coconut palms. Their well-known products are original ginger drink, ginger lemongrass drink, and ginger cinnamon drink.

More info about SINGABERA...

Rembyung Sakha

Both Megan and Leni, founders of Rembyung Sakha, are truly passionate about natural living while empowering and improving the lives of those who live and work in the rural communities of their native homeland. 

Brands: Organic arenga palm sugar, organic coconut sugar, organic Flores cashews natural fruit chips and many more.

More Info about Rembyung Sakha...

PT. Manohara Asri

PT. Manohara Asri is an Indonesian snack factory based in Sidoarjo, East Java – Indonesia. The main products are flavored peanuts/broad beans, wafer stick/rolls, and pellet (raw material of chips). The are one of the leading snack & confectionery producer of coated peanuts, roasted broad beans, chocolate sticks, and palettes (raw material of snacks/chips). And in the process to extend its international market.

PT Manohara Asri was founded in 1995 by Mr. Singgih Gunawan, one of the owner of Kapal Api Group (Kapal Api Coffee, ABC Coffee, Good Day Instant Coffee, Café Excelso, Relaxa Candy, Espresso Candy, and many more).

More info about PT. MANOHARA ASRI...



At a poll CNN did a few years ago, our readers voted rendang the most delicious food in the world.

It’s time to give Indonesia’s culinary credentials some time in the limelight.
— CNN Food "40 Indonesian Food We cAN'T LIVE WITHOUT" Article - 2016
Indonesia’s Gado-Gado.. It’s worlds more delicious than it sounds. Whether you make it for yourself, for your friends, all involved will set down forks feeling supremely, utterly nourished.
— Bon Apetit maGAZINE "gaDO-gaDO: A Brown Rice Bowl with Glorious Peanut Sauce" ARTICLE - 2015
Tropical beaches, lush scenery - Indonesia is a censor overload of all the beautiful places in the world. This one wraps me like no other.
— Andrew Zimmern on Travel Channel - Episode Bali, Indonesia"
Indonesia's Beef Rendang, CNN'S #1 World Best Food - 2011

Indonesia's Beef Rendang, CNN'S #1 World Best Food - 2011



Indonesia Pavilion

Summer Fancy Food 2017

BOOTH #102-112

Javits Convention Center
655 W. 34th St., New York, NY 10001



  • Sunday, June 25, 2017: Show Open 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Monday, June 26, 2017: Show Open 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Tuesday, June 27, 2017: Show Open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.



Commercial Attache at the Embassy of Indonesia Washington DC

Reza Pahlevi - Commercial Attache

commercial-attache@embassyofindonesia.org // 1(202) 775-5352


Indonesia Trade Promotion Center Chicago

Wijayanto - Director

wijay_anto@yahoo.com // 1(312) 640-2463


Indonesia Trade Promotion Center Los Angeles

Antonius Budiman - Director

antonius.ab@embassyofindonesia.org // 1(213)387-7041