Konjac has been around since the Japanese colonial era. Indonesia exports in the form of conjac chips or wheat flour to Japan, Australia, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Korea, New Zealand, Pakistan, England, Germany, America and Italy. Porang is a potential plant to be developed as an export commodity because several countries need this plant as an industrial material. Porang is a plant that has a source of glucomannan. Glucomannan is a carbohydrate that is widely used in the pharmaceutical, food & beverage, cosmetic, adhesive and glue industries

  • The potential supply of Konjac Chips per year is between 500-2,000 MT
  • Konjac Flour Supply Potential per year between 200 – 500MT
  • Konjac Production starts from April to October every year