Strengthening Economic Value

Indofood supports the development of small and medium enterprises (“SME”) across the food value chain from upstream business activities through partnerships with farmers, palm oil smallholder farmers, cow breeders and tempe producers to downstream business activities through Indomie Entrepreneurs Partnership (“Warmindo”), Bogasari Mitra Card (“BMC”) and Pojok Selera.

Partnerships with Farmers
Indofood has established several synergetic partnerships with thousands of local farmers of potato, chili, cassava, shallot and coconut sugar to generate long-term economic values.
Partnerships with Palm Oil Smallholder Farmers
The Agribusiness Group provides regular trainings, on topics including best practices on agronomy, sustainable farming practices and smallholder management, for its palm oil smallholder farmers.
Partnerships with Cow Breeders
Since 2013, the Dairy division of the CBP Group has collaborated with a cow breeder cooperative in East Java on a revolving cow scheme.
Partnerships with Tempe Producers
Tempe is a healthy, traditional soybean cake and a main ingredient in Indofood’s Qtela products.
Partnership for Indonesia Sustainable Agriculture (PISAgro)
Indofood is a member of PISAgro, a joint initiative by the Indonesian government and various agribusiness stakeholders to support national food security and to improve the welfare of local farmers through sustainable agriculture.
Indomie Entrepreneurs Partnership (“Warmindo”)
The Noodles Division of the CBP Group supports small Indomie stall entrepreneurs through Warmindo program.
Bogasari Mitra Card
The BMC is offered to Bogasari’s SME partners. It offers a range of services to support SME business development, such as training on “Sukses Bersama Bogasari”, credit reference, and insurance.
Partnership with Food Entrepreneurs (“Pojok Selera”)
Pojok Selera is a program that supports local entrepreneurs to set up non-rice food businesses.