Rikolto’s history in Indonesia dates back to the 1950s. For over 40 years, we have been supporting farmer cooperatives. In 2021, our projects impacted the lives of 15,310 producers.

Our work in the cocoa, coffee and rice sectors dates back to the late 2000s. As of 2017, Indonesia was one of the first countries where we started up our Good Food for Cities programme. Currently, we are running our Sustainable cocoa & coffee programme, Sustainable rice programme, and our Good Food for Cities programme in the cities of Depok, Bandung, Solo and Denpasar.


Promoting sustainable and inclusive rice value chain in Indonesia

Empowering Javanese smallholder rice farmers to improve their businesses through sustainable rice cultivation.
Updated on:
January 16, 2024

The unique varieties of Flores coffee

Rikolto promotes a profitable coffee business with added value for Flores coffee farmers and an open and fair coffee value chain.
Updated on:
April 23, 2024

Wanted: Food for the Future [completed]

A unique project in which the Belgian Province of Flemish Brabant, Rikolto, retailer Colruyt Group and the University of Leuven together with young people, experts, farmers, etc. look for ways to feed the growing global population in a sustainable way.
Updated on:
May 10, 2024

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