Shelf stable fruit and vegetables dominates sales of process fruit and vegetables in Indonesia, with metal food cans the main pack type in shelf stable fruit and vegetables as well as therefore also processed fruit and vegetables as a whole. The use of easy-open cans ends as closures continued to grow in 2021, supported by an increasing demand for convenience among local consumers.
As Indonesia benefits from a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, demand for processed fruit and vegetables still remains relatively low, particularly for frozen products. However, frozen processed fruit and vegetables continues to grow, with its performance during the pandemic helped by an increase in at-home consumption as consumers consumed more of their daily meals at home while in home seclusion.
When COVID-19 hit Indonesia, consumers were looking to stockpile essential products. Although processed fruit and vegetables is still growing from a small base in Indonesia, consumers in the country valued the long shelf life of the products in this category during the COVID-19 pandemic, as these products were suitable for stockpiling.
Demand for frozen processed potatoes is expected to continue rising in the coming years, driven by the versatility and convenience of the product. This is expected to benefit the unit volumes of flexible plastic used for the packaging of these products over the forecast period.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers in Indonesia have been exploring more contact-free shopping methods, such as e-commerce. These new shopping habits established during the COVID-19 pandemic are expected to last into the forecast period as the health crisis accelerated the expansion of online retailing in the country.
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