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Jakarta Post

Cheese has recently become popular in Indonesia, even though it is a non-native food. Demand for the dairy product has risen after traditional Indonesian dishes have been “updated” to give them an international flavor.

Mazaraat, an artisanal cheesemaking company based in Yogyakarta, has been trying out the waters of the food’s huge potential in the local market, but many challenges remain for the industry. (Instagram/mazaraatartisancheese)

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(JP/ Apriza Pinandita)