CIPS' Food Monitor consists of regulatory and statistical databases which cover seven important food items in Indonesia: rice, sugar, beef, soybeans, maize, garlic, and wheat. The regulatory database contains relevant regulations for each commodity, with a detailed description of the provisions relevant to the trade, production, quality standards, pricing, or other aspects of the commodity, and a link to the original document. The Food Monitor also provides secondary data in a statistical database about harvests, productivity, exports, imports, prices, and other commodity-specific variables.
With the spirit of supporting open food trade, CIPS' Food Monitor offers reliable and up-to-date information on Indonesia’s important commodities presented in a user-friendly format and updated regularly to account for any policy changes.
What You Can Get From Food monitor
Monthly updated food database that you can easily access
Comprehensive food production, consumption, import-export, prices, and regulation data
Reliable source of data on 7 important commodities