CV. Bhumiagri Nawasena Perkasa

CV. Bhumiagri Nawasena Perkasa is a micro, small, and medium scaled business founded in Jakarta by Rully Prakasha and Rizal Imam Setia Ajie in 2016. 

Our main line of business is the production of processed mushrooms with the taste of traditional Indonesian cuisine and mushroom in brine. Our supporting business sector is trading various kinds of superior goods produced by Indonesia for the export market share, which includes trading Indonesian natural products and their derivative products. 

We will always strive and maintaining the trust you give by prioritizing the quality, quantity and continuity of our business product.



Indonesia is located in Southeast Asia and the capital city of Indonesia is Jakarta. Indonesia is an archipelagic country that also has large and fertile land. Indonesia only has two seasons, namely the dry season and the rainy season. Indonesia also has tropical forests, rice farming areas, corn farms, and extensive sugar cane plantations. Waste from sawmills, rice farming, corn farming, and sugarcane plantations now have economic value as raw materials for growing Edible Mushroom and Medicinal mushroom such as Straw Mushroom, Button Mushroom, Oyster Mushroom, Ear Mushroom, Shitake Mushroom, Portabello Mushroom, and Lingzhi Mushroom (a type of medicinal mushroom).

Before, mushrooms used to grow when it is rainy season in humid places such as in forests and on rotting wood, but now mushrooms are able to be cultivated throughout the year without being constrained by weather and season. In other words, mushrooms can be grown, harvested, and sold on a daily basis. In Indonesia, mushrooms can be cultivated in the lowlands and the highlands.

In addition to its delicious taste resembling meat, mushrooms also have a number of nutritional content for human health. Mushrooms are anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antibacterial, they also increase immunity and are rich in antioxidants. In Indonesia, farmers generally cultivate edible mushrooms and medicinal mushrooms without using chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and insecticides. Farmers cultivate mushrooms by always maintaining a stable air temperature, humidity, cleanliness in the room for fungal growth and, the use of pest traps.

Indonesia has 1340 ethnic groups and has 652 regional languages with a diversity of cultural customs and culinary riches of the archipelago. Some traditional Indonesian culinary delights such as Rendang, Gudeg, Soto, Gado-Gado, Sate, Nasi Goreng, and others are now known and in-demand to foreign countries.

Mushrooms can also be processed into various types of delicious and healthy dishes. In the production of processed mushrooms with the taste of traditional Indonesian cuisine, we do not use preservatives. However, we use the highest quality raw ingredients and the use of good sterilization technology. Thus, food can last for two years without changing its taste. We use Straw Mushrooms (Volvariella Volvacea) and Button Mushrooms (Agaricus Bisporus) in our mushroom products.

White Oyster

Brown Oyster




Lingzhi Mushroom
(Medicinal Mushroom)



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