Staple Food


Recognised as a highly important source of protein worldwide, soybeans are an edible food crop and can be refined to produce edible oil for cooking and protein meals for animal feed. Soybeans are widely used in Asia for cooking, flavouring, direct consumption, and manufacturing processed foods. It is highly nutritious, low in fat, rich in amino acids and antioxidant compounds and offers a variety of health benefits.

Soybeans are popular as it is a more affordable protein source than livestock products.


Corn is a significant source of food for humans and animals. It is a major component used in livestock feed and many industries use corn as raw material for production. Corn is rich in various vitamins and minerals and it is also a source of carbohydrates, proteins and fiber. 

Corn constitutes approximately 50% of poultry feed within Indonesia, which forms the largest segment in Indonesia’s animal feed industry.


Wheat’s importance as a crop has been well recognised, having been harvested and consumed for centuries. It is the second most-produced grain after corn and is widely consumed worldwide, with human consumption being the main driver of demand, followed by its use as animal feed. 

Wheat is a highly nutritional staple food containing numerous vitamins and minerals and carries many health benefits. Its varieties are distinguished by their kernel color and protein content, with winter and summer wheat as the primary categories.

Soybean Meal 

Soybean meal is the residue by-product derived from the mechanical extraction of the oil from soybeans. Our soybean meals are mainly sourced from South America, the United States of America, India and China.  

Soybean meal is one of the main oilseed meals we supply to the Southeast Asia market.


Originally an important staple food in Asia, its popularity has spread to other continents. Today, rice is commonly featured on dinner tables worldwide and it constitutes a fifth of all calories humans consume. 

Many derivative food products originate from rice, such as rice flour, rice starch, rice bran and processed rice products, including rice noodles, snacks and confectionery items. Rice also comes in various forms, including long-grain, medium-grain and short-grain. It also varies in colour from black to brown to white (polished form).


We are vertically integrated in the sugar value chain with our sugarcane plantations in Brazil, providing a key source of our raw sugar supply. We also source raw sugar from other top-quality producers worldwide.

We are involved in the processing and trading of sugar in various forms, from raw states to highly refined specialty sugars, meeting the needs of buyers from Indonesia and Southeast Asia.


Feed Products

Fish Meal and Fish Oil

Fish meal is primarily used as a protein supplement in compound feed used in aquaculture feed.

Fish oil is extracted from the fatty tissues of the fish. It is one of the many ingredients that a nutritionist uses to formulate a complete feed. Fish oil is also used for aquaculture and animal feed.

Meat and Bone Meal 

Primarily used in animal feed formulation to improve the amino acid profile of the feed. It is used to feed monogastric animals and as an ingredient in pet food. In poultry diets, meat and bone meal is typically limited to less than 5% of the diet content.

Poultry By-Product Meal (PBM)

Poultry by-product meals are produced by the rendering industry, which reuses inedible tissues of poultry and other ingredients for livestock, poultry and pets. The proteins and minerals in the animal by-product help fill the need for essential nutrients available for use in feeds. 


Dried Distilled Grain Soluble (DDGS)

DDGS is a co-product obtained during the processing of corn to ethanol. It is both a source of protein and fat, which makes it a good alternative as a feed ingredient in animal feed formulation.