Indonesia is yet to achieve self-sufficiency in the milk industry. The Indonesian Agriculture Ministry said that the country is for 60 percent dependent on milk imports (particularly from Australia and New Zealand) to meet domestic demand. Currently, domestic milk demand in Indonesia stands at 3 million tons per year. However, only 1.2 million tons can be produced domestically. In the future the situation can worsen as domestic milk consumption grows 7 percent per year, whereas domestic milk production grows by 3.3 percent per year only.
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