Dataset: What Indonesia wants: Analysis of Indonesia's food demand to 2050


With significant income growth and urbanisation, food demand in Indonesia is expected to increase significantly towards 2050. This study examines projected food demand in Indonesia across urban and rural populations under a business-as-usual policy environment with no changes to underlying policies.

The most significant demand growth is projected for meat, dairy products, fruit and vegetables among urban consumers. Assuming no significant change to agricultural productivity growth, food imports will be an important component of Indonesia's food and feed supply towards 2050. Because of their geographic proximity, Australia and Indonesia are well placed to benefit from advancing bilateral agricultural trade.

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