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Market Linkages of Agricultural Product
Supply to the PNG Tourism Market
Sidney Suma
Country Manager - PNG
Agricultural products
Food Products
• Beverages (coffee, tea, cocoa,
coconut)
• Oils (coconut, palm)
• Fresh Produce (vege...
Tourism markets
Direct food consumption
• Restaurants
• Retail outlets
• Informal food serves (local
outlets, party, tour ...
Opportunities
• Exists for building or
finding new markets
or market linkages or
strengthening
existing linkages.
Challenges/Requirements
• Quality and quantity of
products
• Consistency of supply
• Transportation
particularly cost of
t...
Probable Solutions
• Processing (cocoa/chocolates, roast
coffee, spices, HVCPs)
• Easy access for coffee, tea and
chocolat...
Some examples
Thank you
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PNG Agritourism Policy Setting Workshop 2019: Sidney Suma "Market Linkages of Agricultural Product Supply to the PNG Tourist Market"

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Papua New Guinea Agritourism Policy Setting Workshop 2019
Policy setting for Improved Linkages Between Agriculture, Trade and Tourism:
Strengthening the Local Agrifood Sector and Promoting Healthy Food in Agritourism
Workshop organised by the Government of Papua New Guinea
in collaboration with and Pacific Community, CTA, PIPSO, IFAD and SPTO
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, 27-28th May 2019.

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PNG Agritourism Policy Setting Workshop 2019: Sidney Suma "Market Linkages of Agricultural Product Supply to the PNG Tourist Market"

  1. 1. Market Linkages of Agricultural Product Supply to the PNG Tourism Market Sidney Suma Country Manager - PNG
  2. 2. Agricultural products Food Products • Beverages (coffee, tea, cocoa, coconut) • Oils (coconut, palm) • Fresh Produce (vegetables and fruits) • Nuts (peanuts, galip, chest, okari, pandanus, etc…) • Spices • Meat and fish Non-food products • Wood (craving, handicraft, furniture • Miscellaneous (handicraft, jewellery, fashion, trophies, cosmetics) Tours/Experience • Farm/factory visits • Coffee shops • Work experience
  3. 3. Tourism markets Direct food consumption • Restaurants • Retail outlets • Informal food serves (local outlets, party, tour experience Non-food outlets • Craft markets • Hotel kiosks • Informal/road side sale Exports • Cruise destinations • Duty free • Personal consumption
  4. 4. Opportunities • Exists for building or finding new markets or market linkages or strengthening existing linkages.
  5. 5. Challenges/Requirements • Quality and quantity of products • Consistency of supply • Transportation particularly cost of transportation • Documented processes (traceability) • Food safety • Biosecurity
  6. 6. Probable Solutions • Processing (cocoa/chocolates, roast coffee, spices, HVCPs) • Easy access for coffee, tea and chocolates • Exports for personal consumption – (NAQIA could provide at counter services to facilitate exports at the international airport) • Increase availability to restaurants and other retail outlets • Institute local content policy - encourage use of locally produced. • Improve quality and post harvest food handling process (HACCP accreditation already started. • Improve transportation and logistics services
  7. 7. Some examples
  8. 8. Thank you

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