Indonesia, the fourth most populous country across the globe, has been witnessing notable increase in the number of working individuals due to significant employment opportunities over the last few years, which consequently, has been augmenting the demand for Ready-to-eat products. With an expanding working class population, especially women, the demand for ready meals is witnessing a continuing increase as people have lesser time for traditional cooking methods. In addition, growing retail formats in Indonesia are increasing awareness among consumers about ready-to-eat food available in supermarkets, hypermarkets and convenience stores. Further, the population of Indonesia reached 244 million in 2012. Of them, more than 80% population are Muslims, which creates an optimistic scenario for leading international players to enter into the Halal-certified Ready-to-eat food business in the country

According to “Indonesia Ready-to-eat Food Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2019”, the country’s Ready-to-eat food market is projected to grow at a CAGR of around 7% during 2014-19 on account of improving lifestyle, increasing workforce and expansion of large-scale retail formats. On the other hand, price sensitivity and affordability are the major challenges expected to be faced by the country’s Ready-to-eat food market over the next five years. Indonesian consumers are highly price conscious and even small change in product prices affects the buying decisions of consumers in the country. Java region, with cities including Jakarta, Surabaya, Semarang, Bandung and Yogyakarta, is the key revenue contributor in the country’s Ready-to-eat food market. In addition, the market is highly fragmented due to dominance of small and medium sized domestic players.“Indonesia Ready-to-eat Food Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2019” report elaborates following aspects related to Ready-to-eat food market in Indonesia:

  • Indonesia Ready-to-eat Food Market Size, Share & Forecast
  • Segmental Analysis – Frozen and Shelf Stable Food
  • Market Drivers & Challenges
  • Changing Market Trends & Emerging Opportunities
  • Competitive Landscape & Strategic Recommendations
Why You Should Buy This Report?
  • To gain an in-depth understanding of Ready-to-eat food market in Indonesia
  • To identify the on-going trends and anticipated growth in the coming years
  • To help industry consultants, distributors and dealers to align their market-centric strategies
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Report Methodology 

The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and secondary sources. Primary research included interviews with Ready-to-eat food manufacturers, distributors, exporters and industry experts. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of relevant publications like company annual reports, financial reports and proprietary databases.

1.    Research Methodology

2.     Analyst View

3.     Indonesia Food & Beverage Market Overview

4.     Indonesia Packaged Food Market Overview

5.     Indonesia Ready-to-eat Food Market Outlook

5.1.   Market Size & Forecast

5.1.1. By Value

5.2.   Market Share & Forecast

5.2.1. By Type

5.2.2. By Region

6.     Indonesia Frozen Ready-to-eat Food Market Outlook

6.1.   Market Size & Forecast

6.1.1. By Value

7.     Indonesia Shelf Stable Ready-to-eat Food Market Outlook

7.1.   Market Size & Forecast

7.1.1. By Value

8.     Market Dynamics

8.1.   Drivers

8.2.   Challenges

9.     Indonesia Ready-to-eat Food Market Trends & Developments

9.1.   Increasing Demand for Convenience Food

9.2.   Developing Retail Chains

9.3.   Growing Youth Population

9.4.   Changing Consumption Pattern

10.  Policy & Regulatory Landscape

11.  Indonesia Economic Profile

12.  Competitive Landscape

12.1.     PT Charoen Pokphand Indonesia Tbk

12.2.     Tee Yih Jia Group

12.3.     PT Food Partners Indonesia

12.4.     PT Sekar Bumi Tbk Indonesia

12.5.     Thong Siek Food Industry Pte Ltd.

12.6.     Chinatown Food Corporation Pte Ltd.

12.7.     PT Indofood Sukses Makmur

12.8.     SGX Mainboard-listed Food Empire Holdings Limited

13.  Strategic Recommendations

  • List of Figures


    Figure 1: Indonesia Food & Beverage Market Size, By Value, 2009-2019F (USD Billion)

    Figure 2: Share of Packaged Food Segment in Indonesia Food & Beverage Market, By Value, 2012

    Figure 3: Percentage of Urban Population in Indonesia, 2010, 2015F & 2020F

    Figure 4: Indonesia Packaged Food Market Size, By Value, 2009-2019F (USD Billion)

    Figure 5: Indonesia Packaged Food Sales, By Segment, By Value, 2012 (USD Billion)

    Figure 6: Indonesia Packaged Food Sales, By Segment, By Volume , 2012 (Thousand Tons)

    Figure 7: Indonesia Ready-to-eat Food Market Size, By Value, 2009-2019F (USD Million)

    Figure 8: Indonesia Population Size Forecast, 2010-2035F (Million)

    Figure 9: Indonesia Ready-to-eat Food Market Share in Convenience Stores, By Brand, By Value, 2009

    Figure 10: Indonesia Ready-to-eat Food Market Share, By Type, By Value, 2013

    Figure 11: Indonesia Ready-to-eat Food Market Share, By Type, By Value, 2019F

    Figure 12: Indonesia Ready-to-eat Food Market Share, By Region, By Volume, 2013 & 2019F

    Figure 13: Indonesia Workforce, By Province, By Volume, 2010 (Million)

    Figure 14: Share of Processed Food Manufacturing in Java, 2012

    Figure 15: Indonesia Frozen Ready-to-eat Food Market Size, By Value, 2009-2019F (USD Million)

    Figure 16: Indonesia Shelf Stable Ready-to-eat Food Market Size, By Value, 2009-2019F (USD Million)

    Figure 17: Indonesia Major Provinces, By Population, 2010 (Million)

    Figure 18: Indonesia Working Population, 2009-2013 (Million)

    Figure 19: Percentage of Monthly Average per Capita Expenditure for Prepared Food in Indonesia, 2008-2013

    Figure 20: Indonesia Per Capita Income, 2008-2013 (USD)

    Figure 21: Number of Middle-class & Affluent Population in Indonesia, 2013, 2020F (Million)

    Figure 22: Percentage of Urban Population in Indonesia, 2010-2035F 

    Figure 23: Indonesia Muslim Population, 2010 & 2030F (Million)

    Figure 24: Indonesia Convenience Store Sales Revenue, 2013 & 2014E (USD Billion)

    Figure 25: Number of Retail Chains in Indonesia, By Type, 2007 & 2012

    Figure 26: Indonesia Top Retail Chains Revenue Share, By Value, 2009-2012

    Figure 27: Youth Population Size in Indonesia, 2013 & 2050F (Million)

    Figure 28: Halal Certification Procedure

    Figure 29: Tee Yih Jia Major Awards & Recognition

    Figure 30: Tee Yih Jia Group Employee Break-Up, By Department, 2014

    Figure 31: Tee Yih Jia Group Revenue Share, By Sales Channel, 2014

    Figure 32: Sekar Bumi Major Awards & Recognition

    Figure 33: Sekar Bumi Production Output, By Segment, 2013 (Ton)

    Figure 34: Share of Muslim Population in Indonesia, 2010

    Figure 35: Indonesia Middle-class & Affluent Consumer Size, 2012, 2020F (Million)

    Figure 36: Number of Internet Users in Indonesia, 2011-2016F (Million Users)

    Figure 37: Major Upcoming Food & Beverage Trade Shows in Indonesia



    List of Tables


    Table 1: Ready-to-eat Food Items Definition, By Segment

    Table 2: Indonesia Major Processed Food Manufacturers/Importers/Distributors/Equipment Suppliers

    Table 3: Indonesia Major Retail Chain Details, By Owner, 2012

    Table 4: Number of Hypermarket Outlets in Indonesia, By Retail Chain, 2012

    Table 5: Number of Convenience Stores in Indonesia, By Retailer, 2012

    Table 6: Number of Regional Supermarket Stores in Indonesia, By Retailer, 2012

    Table 7: Tee Yih Jia Signature Products, By Brand

    Table 8: Key Certifications Secured By Sekar Bumi

    Table 9: Key Certifications Secured By Indofood