Helianti Hilman

Javara Indonesia

Helianti Hilman founded Javara in 2008. Determined to enrich Indonesia’s food biodiversity heritage and concerned with the escalating loss of its farmers and suppliers, Javara works with over 52,000 farmers across Indonesia, selling over 700 artisanal organic products for the domestic and export markets. After the success of Javara, Hellianti founded Sekolah Seniman Pangan in 2017, a hands-on learning and business education center offering opportunities for food entrepreneurship among rural youth and women.

Supported by Indonesia’s Geographical Indication Show 2022

Helianti Hilman mendirikan Javara pada tahun 2008. Dengan tekad untuk memperkaya warisan keanekaragaman hayati pangan Indonesia dan memperhatikan kerugian yang terus meningkat dari para petani dan pemasok, Javara telah bekerja dengan lebih dari 52.000 petani di seluruh Indonesia, menjual lebih dari 700 produk organik artisanal untuk pasar lokal dan pasar ekspor. Setelah kesuksesan Javara, Helianti mendirikan Sekolah Seniman Pangan pada tahun 2017, yang merupakan pusat pembelajaran dan pendidikan bisnis yang menawarkan peluang kewirausahaan makanan di kalangan pemuda dan wanita pedesaan secara langsung.

Didukung oleh Indonesia’s Geographical Indication Show 2022

Appearing In

Opening Photo Exhibition: Forgotten Food

Join us in the “Forgotten Food” photo exhibition, with a number of selected photos from the archipelago food story photo competition in the 2021 National Culture Week. This photo competition …

Unlocking Indonesia’s IG Opportunities

Chef Bara, GI Ambassador, leads a discussion about the breakthrough branding of Geographical Indication (GI) and then cooks up a feast using GI labeled ingredients, such as Bali Amed Salt …

Heritage Lunch from the Borobudur Relief

Chef Petty Elliott leads a grand celebration of traditional Indonesian dishes garnered from the Borobudur relief. This lavish lunch of local specialties features unique ingredients, forgotten recipes, and Indonesia’s fabled …

The Business of Food Tourism

Indonesia is currently promoting the growth of food tourism particularly in regions like Labuan Bajo, Borobudur, and Lombok. In Bali, a community initiative for food tourism and heritage conservation to …