Report Highlights: While traditional markets still account for the majority of retail food sales in Indonesia, modern retail holds a significant share and is growing. The burgeoning hypermarket, supermarket and minimarket sectors offer opportunities for U.S. food products. U.S. apples, table grapes, oranges, lemons, processed vegetables (french fries), processed fruits (dates, raisins, jams, nut paste), snack foods and juices enjoy a prominent position in Indonesia's retail outlets and traditional markets. Further growth and changes in consumer preferences, along with improved refrigeration and storage facilities, will also create additional opportunities for U.S. exporters.
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