Turnover rose ahead of the holiday cookies

The traders claimed pastry turnover could reach 50 percent larger than normal days with many Jakarta residents hunt cookies need for the holiday from mid-Ramadan.

“Lebaran such turnover could rise to 50 percent, the buyer is also getting crowded. Especially in the H-7 and H-3 buyers will get crowded again to hunt cookies or snacks,” said pastry sellers in the Market Lower Dam , Qonita told Reuters on Friday.

The price of each type of cookie range from 20,000 to Rp110.000/kg depending on its type. In addition to the soaring prices of basic commodities, the price of cookies also increased by Rp 4,000 to Rp10.000/kg.

“From the distributor everything has gone up, I have to naikin price the seller also, if you can not lose. However the average buyer does not mind the price goes up because the average need too. If I sell up Rp 4,000 to Rp 10,000,” said Qonita.

However, customers do not mind the prices are up because of cookie cake is considered a mandatory requirement when Eid arrives.

“I still buy despite riding, if there is no cake during Lebaran something was missing. Especially if a lot of you who have been there a light meal,” said Frida, a housewife.

Pastries are also annually has its own trends are much in demand by buyers. Cakes that appear this year include paris rice cake, cendol three flavors of cheese and crackers. Prices are set high enough that Rp110.000/kg.

Pastries like nastar, cheese cake, cake sago, cat’s tongue, and sumpia still the target of the buyers ahead of the holiday. All cakes are also increased to an average price Rp110.000/kg previously sold for Rp100.000/kg.

“I still buy nastar and sumpia every year because many families are like. All prices go up then I reduce the amount of purchases the cake, but the kind propagated,” said Susan, a private employee.

Industry: Formalin Substitute Safe

Formalin is not additive to food. Formalin is a material that is widely used in plywood industry, fertilizers, cosmetics, plastics, glass, insecticides and embalming. Why can be used in the manufacture of noodles, meatballs, and know? What are the substitutes safe? This little book gives the answer. Though talks about the rampant use of formalin for additional material in the food industry have subsided, it does not mean you do not need to be vigilant. If you have a home-based food industry such as meatballs, wet noodles, tofu or salted fish, you can learn from this book. 63 pages thick book entitled ‘Alternatives to Formaldehyde in Food Products’, written by Ir. Erni Tri Dewanti Widyaningsih and Sofia Murtini STP, MP reveals everything about the use of formaldehyde in food ingredients plus the use of formalin substitutes are safe. The book begins with a chapter Formalin is not material that explores the Food Additives Food Additives (BTM) which is governed by Republic Act No. 7 of 1996. The main reason people are not switching to formaldehyde formalin BTM is because it’s cheap and easy to come by. Not only that due to liquid form, then the process becomes shorter processing. Formalin is what makes the texture of meatballs, tofu and noodles chewy, pliable and not perishable. The danger to our health revealed in detail in the chapter ‘Danger Formalin’. Pungent smell of formalin which is already given an indication that the substance is hazardous to health. If inhaled can cause a serious headache, burning sensation, until respiratory tract infections. If consumed in large quantities can cause damage to the stomach, liver, kidneys to heart. To detect whether a food containing formaldehyde, the authors reveal how to measure or test of formalin in food that comes also with characteristic foods containing formalin. Of fresh fish, meatballs, tofu, salted fish to fresh noodles. In the next chapter ‘Formalin Substitute Materials on Food’ described the use of BTM by the rules and did not violate government laws and relatively inexpensive. Ranging from the use of Sodium Tri Poly Posphate (STPP) for noodles and meatballs that can give ekstur chewy. Rules of usage and the types of commercially available fully spoken. Likewise, the use of glycerin or glycerol and Carboxy Methyl Cellulose (CMC) for Mi wet. Also use salt for salted fish and tofu, vinegar to soak anaeka know and use herbs for fish processing. Safe use of a substance that is not only cheap, but also serves as a healthy pengenyal, preservative and flavor enhancer. Closing the description of BTM safe, explained in detail the stages of making meatballs, noodles Wet, salty fish, tofu without formaldehyde. Details of each stage of the production process following dosing formalin substitutes are described in detail.

July 2013, PHE WMO Oil Production 22.2 Thousand Barrels

Oil production Pertamina Hulu Energi (PHE) West Madura Offshore (WMNO) back up. If the beginning of June 2013 and in the range of 20,300 barrels of oil per day (bopd), in early July it pierces 22,200 bopd. Increase in production was achieved from 3 new production wells.
WMO block production was 70% higher than when handed over to the government of Kodeco Pertamina Energy, May 7, 2011. When it blocks the production of 13,000 bpd WMO stay. 22.2000 bopd to production performance is also higher than the target set by the oil and gas SKK 20 443 boph.
It is said Senior Executive VP & General Manager of PHE WMO Bambang Kardono after accepting the award from the Governor of East Java Environment on page Soekarwo PT Semen Indonesia, last weekend in Gresik. “PHE WMO has reached a level of 22,200 bopd of oil production,” he said.
He added that the recent increase in production obtained from the drilling of new production wells 38B-5 PHE, PHE PHE 40A-5 and 40A-3. Therefore, it is confident that by the end of 2013 could surpass the average production target of 20,443 bopd given by the government.
Of three new production wells that produced approximately 4,000 bopd. But because it is also absorbed to cover declaining rate reached 50% per year, the production of WMO block can only go up from 20,300 bopd in early June to 22,200 bopd.
“This year we expect to drill 21 production wells and nine exploration wells. Needs a lot of wells drilled since we also had to cope with a relatively high rate declaining, as well as trying to find new oil and gas reserves,” he said.
Bambang added that, in addition to continue to drill new production wells, is now concentrating PHE WMO project complete new installation of the subsea pipeline connecting several new production platform with Poleng Processing Platform (PPP).
“Hopefully early August subsea pipeline installation projects it already can diselesaikan.Keberadaan new pipe that can further increase the production rate of oil-rig a new production platform,” said Bambang Kardono.
Since April 1, PHE WMO continues to increase production from 9,000 bopd to 12,000 bopd. After the break in May 17,000 bopd and 20,300 bopd in June. Peak at the beginning of production back in July increased to 22,200 bopd.
“The climax at the beginning of July back production increased to 22,200 bopd, where it is expected to end in 2013 still continues to rise more than that, do’akan, yes,” said Bambang Kardono.

Esemka: We Raft Alone, Not Import from China

Some internet sites quip about Esemka similarity with the cars from China. Esemka guarantee, their cars are their own and do not claim to import from China.

According to the owner of the workshop ‘Kiat Motor’ Haji Sukiyat which is the figure behind Esemka, essentially making the same car.

“The car was not it at all. Similar all. Starting from the chassis to make the given body. But clearly this (Esemka) is my inspiration, just take it from everywhere,” he said when contacted detikOto.

Learning Coordinator Creative Industries in SMK 2 Surakarta Dwi Martono Budhi previously said Esemka fraction components imported from Korea, and Japan and China. Still Esemka components are made from 80 percent local.

“Esemka and different Timor. Timor, Korea, and we (Esemka) Indonesia. Were only a few parts of China, Korea and Japan,” said the teacher in SMK 2 Surakarta was to detikOto, Thursday (5/1/2012).

For Esemka engine block, said the man who was familiarly called Toto was produced in PT Autocar Industrial Components (AIK) in Karachi.

The chassis itself made the following rims are produced in Indonesia. Meanwhile, piston ring, valve, alternator from Japan. For the injection system of Korea. Following transmission kopelnya ordered Fuday brand in China. Not only that axle for propulsion Esemka also accidentally imported from China.

In the year 2010, PR SMK 1 Singosari Malang said Agus Sudarto car assembly results arable students of vocational school that was studied for the automotive industry in China is prioritizing cottage industry.

With that goal, said Agus, home-based automotive industry is expected to grow rapidly. Happen in countries like China.

“So according to plan this car will be produced by home industry, not the manufacturer. From the beginning that’s the goal,” he said.

Esemka also had to make a beautiful Chinese automakers are interested and approached SMK Esemka makers to be invited to work together.

Pros Cons So Put

The presence of artificial Esemka vocational students received positive feedback from the community. But that does not mean no reproach. But in response to the ‘opposition’ is, one of the originators Esemka take it as input.

“In all of the pros and cons of the ordinary. Ordinary ditanggapinya So, let’s assume all of the input for us,” said Haji Kiat.

The man who was familiarly called Haji Kiat was indeed one of the originators Esemka. He who provides for the use of his workshop students perform the Job Training or street vendors who in turn directed to make their own cars.

“Regardless of all the pros and cons of it, I hope a lot of people who want to contribute their knowledge to the students of Indonesia, our country surely prosper. I am sure that all the help, do not need heroics, aids according to ability alone, happened to my ability in the automotive, “he said.

Response when asked about the expectations of society and the many politicians who use Esemka as politics, Haji Kiat responded casually.

“My intention is only to help, regardless turns out the car was so or not, it depends on the students. I just helped,” he concluded.

Maximum oil production of 834,000 barrels / day

Head of Special Unit the Upstream Oil and Gas (Migas SKK) Rudi Rubiandini estimates, production of crude oil and condensate in 2013, up 834,000 barrels per day.

“At present, production is 831,700 barrels per day and by the end of the 834 000 barrels per day,” he said in Jakarta on Tuesday.

According to him, the production level is still lower than the budget target set at 840,000 barrels per day.

“But, his accomplishments can be 99.3 percent and it was nice,” he said.

In the last 1.5 months, production is declining mainly due to a number of field maintenance cut gas condensate production.

However, he added, in the second half of 2013, the SKK optimistic that production could increase to 840,000 barrels per day.

Although, in the second half of 2013, the production of the Offshore North West Java (ONWJ) fell due to the work platform (platform).

However, in the second half as well, there is the addition of Block West Madura Offshore (WMO) which started production three wells.

In contrast to oil, Rudi optimistic “lifting” gas will exceed the budget target.

According to him, until the first half of 2013 production was still 6,998 BBTUD or lower than the budget target BBTUD 7175.

“However, we are optimistic until the end of 2013 will exceed the budget target,” he said.

Head of the Division of Oil and Gas Utilization Gas SKK Popi Nafis Ahmad added that the present downturn is “lifting” gas is mainly because there is a maintenance schedule Tangguh, Papua, and Bontang, East Kalimantan, and damage to electrical transformer in Cilegon, Banten.

“However, going forward, there is a field that will increase its production,” he said.

Which are expected to come from South Mahakam field managed by Total E & P Indonesia with a production rate of 115 MMSCFD, Musi East of PT Pertamina EP 20 MMSCFD, Epic Sengkang 12 MMSCFD, and Ruby from Pearl Oil Sebuku 6.7 MMSCFD.

Home Industry Traditional Sweets Maker

Traditional sweets are made from natural ingredients appear to be increasingly eroded by a flood of candy-flavored modern candy, including candy imported from various countries. One of the traditional candy maker entrepreneurial surviving is Mr. Irwan (46 years old) with his wife, Sartini (40 years). Mr Irwan with his wife to be smart to look for solutions and innovations for the business they have done all these years, can remain on the level of business competition is increasingly high, especially the products are packed modern. One of the tactics that he did was to package sweets with lottery products. So, in a few candy wrappers which he tucked a small paper containing a number of prizes, like a toy car, pencil, small dolls, plastic cups, toys and gifts other children. With so many children, including teenagers who are interested in buying Mr Irwan production of traditional sweets that taste and smell pretty bad. Homemade candies Mr Irwan 100% made ​​from traditional. Confectionery products include: candied ginger, candied papaya, candied fruit and candied Blimbing of orange peel. In the production process, he was still using simple tools. The following briefly described one way of making the sweets, the candied ginger.

Craft Production Rises Mattress

The level of production in the Village Prembun mattress crafters, District Prembun increased during Ramadan this year. In fact, the increase has been since the week before Ramadan. Previously, kapok 1.5 tons can be used for stock production for a month.
But this time, with the same amount of cotton can only be used for stock production of approximately 20 days. Crafters mattress, Bahmad (52) resident of RT 2 RW III, Prembun Village, District Prembun say, before and during Ramadan many people buy a mattress and pillow products.
It is one of the blessings of Ramadan and a source of additional income for crafters.
“I am currently making mattresses and more pillows than usual. Meanwhile I take the raw material of Semarang,” he said, Wednesday (17/7).
To fulfill incoming orders Bahmad employing 9 people that come from local residents. The work, carried out at the location of the home side. Keep in mind that Bahmad not calculate production based on the number of mattresses and pillows made ​​mattresses, but based on cotton material used.
Various mattress and pillows were then deposited into one large trader to be sold to the region and Yogyakarta Kedu. Retail price of the mattress was varied, ranging from Rp 200,000.

Bahmad explained, in addition to producing mattresses and pillows, she also received a mattress repair services for Rp 20,000. For additional kapok, every 1 kilogram will be charged Rp 2,000. Meanwhile, for the replacement gloves are charged Rp 50,000 to Rp 75,000, depending on the quality of the fabric.
“But, the numbers are still small, because on average people would rather buy a new one,” he said.

Cheesecake beautiful Rainbow Arlen coockies

Trends in rainbow colored cakes are being enliven the culinary realm in Bandung. After rainbow cake hits in Bandung, in this month of Ramadan, pastries enlivened the new variant coockies aka rainbow rainbow cake.

One of the producers who make variations rainbow cake is Arlen coockies. Home baking industry located in Jalan Pasir Impun No. 16, Bandung Sukamiskin this, make a rainbow cake of cheese.

The owner, Arlen Leni (38) thought to make cheesecake variations as inspired rainbow rainbow cake yab popular trend.

“Actually’ve thought for a long time. I really like to experiment. Example, there is a snow princess cake red, be inspired by it. Incidentally it is also a trend,” said the mother who is familiarly called Leni, to detikbandung.

The majority of species that make a rainbow cake is usually a cat’s tongue. However, Leni actually make the cheese cake ingredients.

“Most of the existing cat’s tongue. Though I make cheese different from the others. This difference is only in terms of color alone, so it can be applied on the cake that tastes salty,” said Leni.

Rainbow-style cheese cake Arlen coockies look nice. Cheese cake is just usually studded yellow cheese, now sweeter with 3 colors, namely red, yellow, green. On it also persists as a characteristic sprinkling of cheese cheese cake.

“Why only three colors, because as the song rainbow-rainbow. Red, yellow, green, sky is blue,” Leni said with a laugh.

Sugar Production Down

DIRECTOR PG Rajawali II, Purnomo Dwi Putranto, said the uptake of sugar cane and sugar production in May until mid-July 2013 has decreased compared to last year.
“Progress harvest until July 15, 75 percent over the same period last year,” said Dwi told the Tribune at the Office PG Rajawali II, Jalan Wahidin, Cirebon City, Thursday (18/7). PG Rajawali II oversees five sugar factories, namely Sindanglaut PG, PG Karangsuwung, New Tersana PG, PG Jatitujuh, and PG Subang.
Based on data as of July 15, 2013, five sugar mills that absorb 400,000 tons from 1,600,000 tons of cane targets.
He said he sees the same conditions this year with the situation in 2010, a bad harvest sugarcane and sugar mills losers. Poor sugar harvest because of rain fell until the end of the milling season. Kala wedding ceremony cane in New Tersana PG, PG Tersana New Dwi declared losses of up to Rp 30 billion in 2010 milling season.
“The hope is not as bad as 2010. Hopefully August light again,” said Dwi.

NOODLE SCALE INDUSTRY MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY OF HOUSEHOLD

Noodles is one of food products in the favorite by many people ranging from urban to rural communities. This is due not only because it tastes pretty good, but also a practical way they are presented in a short time. Food mi can be presented in various forms of cuisines ranging from the sale in the form of roadside hawker to the luxury restaurant.
Broadly speaking, the kinds of noodles can be divided into raw noodles (fresh / raw noodle), wet noodles (wet noodle), dry noodles (dry noodle) and instant noodles (instant noodle). Processing to the first three types (raw noodles, wet, and dry) and can easily be produced in the household because it does not require sophisticated equipment. Mi raw and wet noodles are widely used for mixing or to make a meatball noodle dishes that are sold in restaurants. Both types of these noodles is easily destroyed by high water content and can be saved only about 1-2 days or 3-4 days if stored in the refrigerator. Dried noodles obtained by drying the raw noodles and can be stored longer, but easily broken (destroyed) because it is fragile. Hence dried noodles should be treated with caution, especially in packaging and marketing.

Instant noodles are generally produced large industry because it requires sophisticated equipment to form a rope waves noodles, cooking with steam, frying and drying in a short time. Examples of instant noodles, among others: Indomi, Supermi, Popmi and so on.