goodmorningpapua.com – Alfamidi announced that it had opened three outlets in Jayapura, Papua, during its grand launch, Friday (17/12/2021).
The three outlets are in Argapura, Waena, and Kamkey Abepura. Yes, PT Midi Utama Indonesia Tbk, as the owner of the Alfamidi retail network, has spread its wings to Papua.
The inauguration ceremony was marked by tape cutting by the Mayor of Jayapura, Benhur Tomi Mano, at the Alfamidi Argapura Jayapura outlet.
“Hopefully Alfamidi’s presence in the city of Jayapura can provide benefits for the community, especially in terms of employment and meeting basic needs,” said Benhur in his speech.
He also hopes that Alfamidi can accommodate local Jayapura products.
“One thing that should not be forgotten is that local products Jayapura can enter Alfamidi outlets,” he said.
Responding to this, an Operation General Manager Alfamidi Heru Sarwono, said that currently there are 18 local Papuan fruit suppliers who have entered, as well as the snack and bakery industry.
“There are already several products such as snacks, bakery and fruit that enter,” he said.
His party is also still processing Jayapura’s processed products, so that they can be marketed on the Alfamidi network.
In future plans, Heru said Alfamidi would set up 40 outlets in Jayapura City.
Just to note, Alfamidi is a supermarket chain that has many branches in Indonesia.
The outlets owned by Alfamidi tend to be larger than minimarkets in general.
Apart from selling fruits and vegetables, Alfamidi also sells various food products, beverages, and other basic necessities.
Approximately more than 5,000 food products and other necessities of life, it is available at competitive prices, to fulfill their daily needs.