Poland has been attempting to get its apples to Indonesia. It will likely have the maiden export next year. According to Jacek Kolomyjec, the Jakarta bureau chief at the Polish Investment & Trade Agency, Poland had been in talks with the Indonesian Agriculture Ministry on the apple export plans. Polish apples will likely come to Indonesian shelves during Ramadan, which starts in March.

Poland is seeking to export between 10 and 20 containers of Polish apples in the first year. The number is expected to grow in the following years. Kolomyjec added: “But it requires some time for both sides of the business process to get to know each other, and for the consumers to receive the apples. Of course, at the beginning, there might be some troubles with the small details starting from packaging to the shipping process.”

Source: jakartaglobe.id