Blibli supports Indonesian products from businesses


Blibli supports local brandsIndonesian products on Blibli
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One of the advantages of shopping online is that you get to choose from a huge variety of items without having to go anywhere. But we often forget that many of these items must come from faraway places to give us this variety – leading us to overlook local products at times.

In an effort to boost locally made Indonesian products, Blibli has launched a #KarenaLokalNo1 online sales campaign. With the support of the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, Blibli aims to get more shoppers to buy from Indonesian creators.


#KarenaLokalNo1 campaign boosts locally made products


Galeri Indonesia subcategoriesImage credit: Blibli

To make browsing for Indonesian products easier for Blibli shoppers, the website has added a new category, Galeri Indonesia, which has 12 subcategories ranging from home decor to food to electronics.

Customers can get up to 50% discounts on select items. BRI credit card and e-pay users can also get an additional 20% off, provided that they make a minimum purchase of Rp. 150,000 (~USD10.55)


Some Indonesian products you might want to try


Coklat Monggo - Rendang flavor
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Adventurous chocolate lovers may want to try Yogyakarta-based brand Monggo’s rendang-flavored chocolate. You can get it for Rp. 49,000 (~USD3.45) here

Sharmista organic coffee soap
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If you love uniquely scented organic soap, you can also get Sharmista’s organic coffee soap for Rp. 30,000 (~USD2.11). It’s palm oil-free and it’s ideal for those who prefer to avoid harsh chemicals in regular soaps.

Delika dress
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Working from home for months might make you miss dressing up. Treat yourself to a minimalistic Delika Sheela dress (Rp. 350,000, ~USD25) that looks stylish but is still breezy and comfortable for you to wear while sitting at your desk at home. 


Support Indonesian small businesses


The COVID-19 pandemic may have hit Indonesian small businesses quite hard, but we can still support them through programs such as the one offered by Blibli. Browse here to see the many Indonesian products that are currently available on the site whenever you’re looking for a gift for others, or perhaps yourself.

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