In 2016 U.S. agricultural exports to Indonesia totaled more than $2.6 billion, making it the 8th largest market for U.S. agriculture. Major exports include soybeans, cotton, wheat, feeds and fodders, dairy, fresh fruit and beef and beef products. Opportunities also exist for exporters to serve Indonesia’s tourist market, aspirational time-sensitive urban population, and growing food processing industry. Indonesia has adopted policies to protect its growing domestic industry from international competition and to help secure its trade balance. Agricultural self-sufficiency is a stated goal of the Indonesian government, and is often used to justify trade barriers and restrictions.