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Industry: Chewy Sweet soft si Moci

This one pie came from the bamboo curtain country. Tiny spheres are soft and chewy sticky proved many fans. The price is not too expensive and flavor variations, and it very much. Want the Cianjur, Sukabumi or Semarang? Hmm … everything is good!

Moci cake is one type of cake that comes from the famous Chinese kitchens in various Asian countries. This cake is made from glutinous rice flour dough filled with a mixture of peanuts, sesame and sugar. Flour wrapped on the outside make this cake ‘powdery’ white and unique looks.

In a variation, the cake was featured in numerous variations. No exterior is wrapped with chopped nuts or sesame seeds. The contents are varied, with some filled chocolates, coconut, cheese, and fruit jam. Whereas mocinya size, in the area of ​​West Java are usually teeny-tiny, whereas in Central Java and in stores, moci sold in larger form.

The Cianjur and Sukabumi, moci sold in bamboo baskets. One kerangjang moci contains 5 grains. In this area normally moci still wear traditional flavors such as vanilla or pandan. The contents are also still in the form of sesame and peanuts. Almost all moci a cottage industry products.

Moci variants in Semarang is bigger and also varied as taro dough, chocolate. Variety it is also more modern. Moci is usually packaged in a beautiful box that fits taken as souvenirs. Of course the price is more expensive.

When I’m walking around the area to Cianjur, Sukabumi, Bandung Semarang or, moci cake could be a souvenir. This cake is enjoyed as a delicious afternoon tea or coffee. Feel the sensation of soft and chewy sweetness on the tongue!

Sarungtinyu patties, Promising Home Based Recipes

Culinary business ideas can come from anywhere. Even the food that we usually eat at home, which may have previously considered normal, could become a promising business. Provided that there is a strong intention, whatever can produce the coffers of dollars

This is the underlying Amanda, Saeful and his two friends. Their average age is under 25 years old was thought to make business. After each of their ideas, eventually named patties Sarungtinyu culinary style that they choose to be their business.

“We are inspired from the many spicy foods on the market. Chips if it always, we want to try something different but also spicy. So we try the cakes,” says Amanda who is familiarly called Manda to detikbandung.

Sarungtinyu own name of course meaningful. Cakes he made it shaped like a boxing glove.

“Sarungtinyu also punched the right philosophy when it nampol tuh. Whilst our cakes taste as well pedesnya nampol, so named after sarungtinyu. Why not boxing gloves, because if not you people like to mention Sunda boxing gloves so tinyu gloves, sandals so senal,” said Manda with a laugh.

Just two months into the culinary business. Manda two colleagues resigned, until now only Sarungtinyu managed by Manda and her boyfriend Saeful.

Manda cakes are created equal as we often make at home. Manda said he did not have a special recipe of cakes he made.

“The recipe fabricate. Material yes potatoes, celery, etc., so the recipes themselves alone try to find any really delicious. So I love-love recipes that important good,” he said relaxing.

Manda perkedelnya initially marketed in the campus cafeteria. Then Manda market through twitter with the name @ sarungtinyu.

“At first sell-sell in the cafeteria, through the fuel, now selling same on twitter. Much love, make snacks,” said student Padjajaran the class of 2007.

Manda admitted selling cakes Sarungtinyu enjoy this. He could not believe homemade cakes liked a lot. “Yes baseball nyangka wrote, likable people. Even now nobody wants the same franchise in Jayapura, Pontianak,” said long-haired woman.

PTPN Unified Create Largest Indonesian Sugar Factory

PT PTPN III, XI, and XII plans to build a sugar factory along with the name of PT Industri Gula Glenmore. Largest sugar mills in Indonesia later this stake by 60 per cent owned by PTPN III, PTPN XI 10 percent, and the remaining 30 percent had PTPN XII.

This determination was Minister of State-Owned Enterprises, Dahlan Iskan, in his office, Jakarta, Tuesday, July 23, 2013.

The plant will produce primary products and white sugar premium products such as bio-ethanol bandwagon, bio fertilizer, and animal feed.

The plant will be built with a processing capacity of six thousand tons of cane per day and will be increased to eight thousand tons per day in the end. At the beginning of production of the company is expected to earn as much as nine percent yield, so the premium of white sugar production could reach nine thousand tons.

The factory is located in East Java will be supplied entirely from plantation PTPN XII. The construction itself is expected to cost Rp1, 5 trillion.

“This plant should be completed within 22 months, since the completion of the project has been adapted to harvest sugar cane grown to be supplied to Glenmore. If it’s too late. Later sugarcane to be supplied to anybody,” said Dahlan.

Cake tasting Traditional Home Business

Business inspiration can come from anywhere as long as there is a will. Aspects of local traditions can be used as capital to start a business while keeping the local culture.

For example, a typical cake Gorontalo is trying maintained by a home-based entrepreneur from Gorontalo cake that had long settled in Jakarta, which named Mona Melani Djamal.

One typical food is the most favored Gorontalo boat cake, cakes made from brown sugar major, coconut milk, coconut slices, and given the pandan Dauh container shaped like a boat.

“Make cakes Gorontalo Gorontalo not accidentally let the cake is gone,” said Mona to the Editor (13/06/2011).

According to the raw materials to make this cake is fairly easy to come by because of the brown sugar until the coconut milk can be found in almost every market, both modern markets and traditional markets. But Mona admitted it is not easy to make a cake batter that was not damaged boat. He always tries to make a cake with the perfect boat.

“It took a struggle that wanted to make, should not be left ditungguin. Continues to make the container can not nyuruh people, not animating can not neat,” he said.

According to Mona, this boat cake introduced by his close friends when gathering. Currently, he has been marketing his boat pastries to out of town, even to his hometown in Gorontalo. Mona’s experience, can be an inspiration how memesarkan products cake home from the neighborhood market up to a wider audience.

“Used to love divided if there gathering. Continues know word of mouth is the only boat I make cakes. Now that mesen already everywhere as it may be sparse. Already nyampe everywhere to me, I never send pesenan Gorontalo to send aircraft use, “he explained.

Mona explains the capital to make a boat cake is fairly cheap. To make the cake as much as 50 boats, Mona only spent less than Rp 50,000. Hargsa only one slice of cake boat priced Rp 2,500. Mona claims often gets skewed comments from customers, but Mona seldom bother because it’s the price to pay to enjoy a boat patience in baking.

“Sometimes people say expensive, but people say what’s up deh.’s Expensive services,” he said.

Mona added, as this type of cake is rarely sold because he took this opportunity to meet their daily needs.

“Sometimes people say expensive, but people say what’s up deh.’s Expensive services,” he said.

By selling cookies boat, he was able to generate more than USD 3 million in a month, it also depends on the order came because Mona is only selling the boat cake if there are orders from customers.

“Not necessarily because tergangtung order, usually above Rp 3 million per month. Makes pesenan only if there is no sale actually” he said.

In addition to boat cake Mona also sell some cakes Gorontalo others, such as Sirikaya Fuel, How to Fill, Wapili. In addition to boat cake, Mona also serve
such order another cake and custard eclairs.

Food Production Down 50 Percent in North Sumatra

Realization of crop production in North Sumatra until May 2013 is still below 50 percent, as the impact of extreme weather.
Secretary of the Department of Agriculture of North Sumatra, Lukman Nulhaim Dalimunthe, in Medan on Monday, revealing, for the realization of the rice crop production until May 2013 reached 1,691,353 tons, or 43.64 per cent of the target this year.
While corn production reached 522 696 tonnes or 34.99 percent of the target 1.49405 million tons, while Soy lower that 32.22 percent or 4,361 tonnes from 13 533 tonnes of production plans.
He admits, there is also interference in rice, corn and soybeans in North Sumatra caused either disease, drought and mice.
But the attack was still judged to be too intrusive and the Department of Agriculture has done handling the disturbances on the plant.
Chairman of the Indonesian Corn Growers Association (Hipajagin), Jemat Sebayang said rat infestation has lowered corn production farmers in North Sumatra nearly 20 percent of the average farmer yields a number of 8-10 tons per hectare.
Rat attack occurred in Karo and Langkat and was followed by extreme weather caused corn harvest in July-September certainly reduced.
In Karo, the attack occurred in the District Mardingding rats, Lau Balem and Tigabinanga.

High Spin enthusiasts, GM Pursue Production

JAKARTA Chevrolet Spin-Demand is high, making General Motors (GM) Indonesia pursue its production capacity, to meet all the demands of consumers.

As stated Marketing Director of PT General Motors Indonesia, Yuniadi Hartono, the current production capacity of Chevrolet assembly plant in Pondok Ungu Bekasi Spin, reaching a maximum of 40 thousand units.

“Today we have added a two-shift production, from initially only for one shift. This was done in order to pursue a market demand for the Chevrolet Spin-increasing,” said Hartono Yuniadi, in Jakarta.

The same thing also expressed by Maria Sidabutar, Public Relations Director of GM Indonesia, he saw significant demand for a Spin. This could make the Spin as the new flagship, accompanied Chevrolet Captiva and Aveo.

“Sales of Chevrolet itself in June this year compared to June of last year increased by 377 persen.Hal is also driven by demand Spin the go fast enough,” concludes Maria Sidabutar.

Gas crisis, Fatty Alcohol Plant in Belawan Close

Due to prolonged electricity crisis in North Sumatra, a producer of fatty alcohol perusaaan PT Ecogreen Oleochemical located in Belawan, North Sumatra forced to shut down.
Companies producing raw materials toothpaste, detergent, perfume, and the basic ingredients of drugs was forced to shut down following the cessation of gas supply from PT Pertiwi Nusantara Resources to PT Perusahaan Gas Negara for the needs of the industry in North Sumatra.
Chairman of the Association of Producing Gas (Apigas) North Sumatra meyatakan Johan Brien, gas supplies dwindling North Sumatra to be bad for the continuity of the oil palm industry raw material and oleochemical products. “Another one fatty alcohol-producing companies were forced to close due to lack of gas supply from PT Pertiwi Archipelago Resources to PT Perusahaan Gas Negara, “said Johan Brien told Tempo, Thursday, July 18, 2013.
According to Johan, based on reports he received from PT Ecogreen management, the company got out of PGN’s gas supply is supplied from the operator PT PNR. “From a management report Ecogreen, they closed the business that has 23 years of standing on the grounds of inadequate gas supply, “Johan said. Ocogreen closure, Johan continued as of July 11, 2013.
Fatty alcohols or fatty alcohols are aliphatic alcohols that are derived from natural fats or natural oils. However Ecogreen get fatty alcohol from the process gas into hydrogen before changing into aliphatic alcohol. “Ecogreen using gas as feedstock fatty alcohols, while the supply of PGN to Ecogreen are numbered zero since July 11, 2013,” said Johan.
According to Johan, industrial gas users in North Sumatra require at least 18 to 20 million cubic feet per day. However, since 13 years ago, jumlahj gas supply continues to decline. “Seteleh PNR resigned as carrier gas supplier to PGN, while Pertamina EP is only there as a gas supplier for seven million cubic feet per day to PGN for the needs of the industry,” said Johan .
According to Johan, before PT Ecogreen lid, two companies namely PT Flora Sawita and Glovindo suffered the same fate. “Currently employers really expect the central government to intervene to control the state of the gas industry in North Sumatra users so that no more companies that terminate their activities due to gas supply. Entrepreneurs are no longer trust the North Sumatra provincial government and legislators who keeps promises, “said Johan.
PT Ecogreen Oleochemical managers, Halim Hashim, admitted, since July 11, 2013 Ecogreen lid and lay off about 300 employees. “Management will Ecogreen meeting to determine whether attitudes continue to operate in North Sumatra or move to another place,” said Hashim .. He added, Ecogreen still get gas supply as many as 900 thousand cubic feet of 1.5 million cubic feet requirement.

Takjil Transaction achieve Rp 4 bilions

BOGOR-Who says business takjil during Ramadan is home-based business with minimal turnover. In Bogor, turnover of the business is actually small medium businesses billions of dollars.

During the last six days, the velocity of money to commodities takjil Ramadan City Rain turns to reach Rp 4 billion. Average daily transaction estimated at Rp680 million.
This does not include culinary shopping “street” during fasting, such as in the cafe tent, stalls pecel catfish, seafood or cottage. The transaction is expected to double, from 3 billion to 6 billion per night.

A trader takjil in Jalan Padjadjaran, Ernie claimed could sell 200 packs per day. “Not only compote, but there lupis, golosor noodles, and fried foods. The price is Rp 5,000 per pack, so my turnover approximately one million dollars. Fortunately Rp200 thousand per day, “he explained.

At least there are five centers takjil in Bogor, which is in Housing Yasmin, Jalan Tegalgundil Bantarjati, Suryakencana Street, Fountain Roundabout, and the dam area. Not infrequently, the height of the seasonal market spill resulted in congestion due to the crowds of visitors.

On average in every village there are 10 traders takjil, it is estimated that there are 680 traders takjil in 68 villages in the city of Bogor. When a trader doing an average transaction of Rp 1 million, then the velocity of money to commodities takjil around Rp680 million.

“That figure is logical, very logical. Bogor is quite consumptive, so that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the field of culinary enthusiasts never quiet, “said the Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) Bogor, Radar Bogor to Erik Suganda (Group JPNN), yesterday.

Erik said, Bogor City Chamber of Commerce study culinary related transactions always scored five feet high. “From the afternoon, at about 16:00 in the morning until late, transaction hawkers around Rp3 billion. At Ramadan, increased 100 percent because many people break their fast on the outside of the house, “he explained.

Meanwhile, economic observers Bogor, Nusa Muktiaji said the high turnover of describing a culture of consumption. “It tends to over-consumptive culture. A number of commodities which is usually not consumed, it sought during Ramadan, such as pastries, “he said.

Home Based Industry Jeans, timeless Crisis

Jakarta – Juki (29) issued dozens of cardboard jeans. With deft, one by one pants tires put on the sleeve completed in the wind. Jeans also expands and hand Juki greeted with giving red dye.

“It’s to let the jeans accessories colorful. Wage of Rp 500/celana I can,” said one of the Juki in jeans dye workshop in South Sukabumi, West Jakarta, Thursday (11/12/2008).

After manually colored with a brush, the pants washed through several stages. Afterward, the jeans are dried and ready to be sold over packed into cardboard.

“Not bad. Nope never drag orders. Always alone,” added Juki when alluded to the impact of economic crisis on demand process.

However, the order was decreased significantly after the crisis. Whereas in the past can bring home Rp 200.000/hari/orang, now only half. That is because the wage per piece pants 700/celana derived from Rp to Rp 500/celana.

“The important thing is not to be laid off. Fixed work,” said Juki.

In South Sukabumi district, there are at least 48 similar businesses. Kind of like a home-based business industry is often immune to the global economic crisis hit. Therefore, capital is not used sebombastis yag big industry.

“We were there just ngandelin money. So do not rely at other parties,” said Chairman of the Association of South Sukabumi Laundry, Rozali.

Kiris time ten years ago, many large-scale garment industries out of business. But not so with the cottage industry in the region. The key, in addition to its own capital, the market share of roadside pants up in malls and other modern market.

“Must be creative. If you do not so we had dispersed from the first-first,” said Rozali.

Salt Production Industry in 2015

High salt industry needs can not be met from within the country. While the self-sufficiency program of salt consumption was realized last year. Therefore, PT Garam (Persero) is ready to produce the salt industry in 2015.

Garam president director of PT Lintang Yulian said it was preparing industrial salt production in Kupang. There, 7,800 hectares of available land in the process will be halved. Covering the core area of ​​5,000 hectares under cultivation and 2,800 direct PT Garam plasma hectares of land managed for the people.

“For the projected production of 600,000 tonnes of core land and 300,000 tonnes of plasma fields. Climatic conditions in Kupang with long summer reaches 6-8 months of very supportive to the development of salt,” he explained.

In addition to PT Garam, the Ministry of Industry is also encouraging private investors to develop the salt industry in Nagekeo, Flores, covering an area of ​​1,050 hectares, which will produce 300,000 tons.

During this time, the salt industry in the country needs to reach 1.8 million tons. Therefore, if the later can be met from within the country as much as 1.2 million tons, imports of industrial salt is only 600 thousand tons.

“Currently we are still conducting a feasibility study. Later followed by basic design and detailed design. Quarter of 2014 is ready to enter the first stage of civil works, such as making land, and other channels. So we expect 2015 production can have,” he said.

Potential development of the salt industry is very large, given the high demand in the country. Currently, almost all industrial needs salt. Such as oil drilling, glass industry, pulp industry, textile industry, to the tannery. “So when the development of the salt industry has matured, the market there,” he said.

Spoken, the development of the salt industry was not done intentionally in Madura. Therefore, Madura focus on developing salt consumption. “In 2012, we are self-sufficient salt consumption. Hence, the salt industry selected other locations,” said Julian.
Estimated for the development of the salt industry in Kupang cost up to Rp 1 trillion, including the development of infrastructure such as ports.