Inasentra Unisatya’s Export Team (PRNewsfoto/PT. Inasentra Unisatya)

BOGOR, Indonesia, Feb. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Prominent Indonesian confectionary manufacturing company, PT. INASENTRA UNISATYA has made its first export of its Mr. Candy product to South Korea in a collaboration with E-MAX TRADING CO.,LTD, one of the leading importers and distributors of confectionary in South Korea.

The first export project is supported by Winwin International Co.,Ltd as the local distributor, which is also a sister company of E-Max Trading.

Inasentra Unisatya's Export Team
Inasentra Unisatya’s Export Team

Mr. Candy was firstly introduced as a new product at the Trade Expo Indonesia exhibition, back in 2019.

Mr. Robin Setyono Director of the company proudly introduced Mr. Candy as the first non-gelatin chewy candy set for export at the exhibition saying “We hope to collaborate with South Korea (in the) long term business, and will provide our best, (most) innovative products.

Mr. Candy is the result of an innovation that saw it become the first non-gelatin candy in Indonesia certified by the Vegan Society of Indonesia.

It currently comes in two flavours: Mr. Candy ice cube flavour with a taste of peppermint; and Mr. Candy frezzy bites with a stronger mix of peppermint and spearmint.

The company is in the process of developing other variants for Mr. Candy non-gelatin items, such as Mr. Candy C.

Consumers across South Korea can now find Mr. Candy Products at South Korean traditional markets with convenience stores, supermarkets, drug stores and school kiosks to be added to distribution points later.

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