Surabaya (Lenteratoday) – Pasir Kelud (PK-1) The delicacy of the pineapple not only caught the attention of the Governor of East Java, Khofifa Inder Parwansa. Australian Consulate General (Consulate General) Fiona Hogart accepted the delicious taste of pineapple PK-1 served by Regent Hanindhito Himawan at the ceremonial reception of the 75th anniversary of East Java Province Cooperative Day in Surabaya on Wednesday (27/2/2022) did.
After enjoying a pineapple given directly by the regent’s nickname – Mas Dhit – he admitted that he wanted to come directly to Bumi Panzalu, accompanied by the consul generals of Japan and America. After enjoying the PK-1 pineapple, Fiona said, “This fruit tastes very sweet, me and the Japanese Consul General, the US Consul General, we will go to Kediri Regency together.”
Mas Dhito explained on that occasion that the PK-1 pineapple, which is the staple of Kediri Regency, is actually known for its sweet taste. He also deliberately brought pineapple so that the governor and regional chiefs who were present could feel the sweetness of PK-1.
“I ask the governor, regent, mayor to taste the sweetest pineapple in Indonesia,” said Mas Dhito.
In addition to pineapples, during the opening of the 75th anniversary of the East Java Province Cooperative Day as well as Wednesday (27/7/2022) in Grand City, Surabaya, Mas Dhito also spoke about the various possibilities. Kediri Regency.
After the presentation, Mas Dhito continued to explain the potential of Kediri Regency to the guests at the Kediri Regency Government booth. No exception with Fiona Hogart, who also visited to see more of Kediri Regency’s potential.
Australian Consul General Mas Dhito demonstrated other possibilities of Kediri Regency in the plantation area. One of them is coffee. He even said that his coffee tasted the best. “You have to try our pineapples, such as durian, mango and one of the best coffees in Java,” Mas Dhito said.
Also in conversation with Australian Consul General Mas Dhito, mentioned that coffee products in Kediri Regency will be ready for export. Some of these countries are Belgium, Egypt, Croatia.
Reporter: Gatot Sunarko | Editor: Lutfiyu Handi