Our Story

We started Little Spoon Farm with a simple longing to improve the local food system, by reconciling the connection between farmers, nature, and consumers. This allows all of our products to be produced and consumed, while giving a positive impact on the level of the environment, producers, distributors, and communities. It is a traceable work of love, touching every soul of the elements involved.

The name Little Spoon is a symbol. This small, simple tool is a vessel for delivering nourishments for the ones we care about, especially the future generation. Our farm practices regenerative farming, growing food while practicing environmental restoration and community building based on the principles of sustainability, in the contemporary food scape.


Our vision is to become the leading regenerative farm hub that supports a resilient local food system, that solves place-based environmental and social issues, through community collaborations and shared platforms in the contemporary Indonesian food scape. We are committed to achieving progress towards United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals no.12.


  1. Supply safe, transparent, nutritious, sustainable food for the local community. Consumers get to enjoy organically grown, fresh local crops that in the past, rarely match the quality of imports, but now requiring less fossil fuels and grown sustainably.
  2. To create an online and offline platform for direct connection and access between each agency of food, between; nature, rural farmers, food academias, and the end consumers.
  3. Establishing a cooperative (Co-Op) based on community. Knowledge training, tools, marketplace, can be shared by many instead of being privatized. We are committed to create more opportunities for local farmers to transition from conventional to regenerative practices securely and increase job opportunities for the locals to be part of the restorative food system.
  4. Optimization of farm processing center or called the farm kitchens food hub, to solve food waste and loss issue by increasing the value gains of extra harvest or products unfit for fresh sales by processing them in their peak quality, using the practice preservation techniques such as freezing, fermenting, curing, drying, collectively.
  5. Establishment of shared farm administration and management which optimizes the production of smallholder Indonesian farmers that in majority live under poverty and unable to afford growing organically.
  6. Environmental restoration and conservation through sustainable food production and consumption for the future generation.


Regenerative Farming Method

Quality Local Harvest

Clean & Nutritious Produce

Supporting Local Farmers


In solving unsustainable food systems, cooperation is key. We optimise and share resources of tools, facilities and knowledge between our team of young agricultural experts, mentors, food handlers, and smallholder farmers, building a long term supportive relationship to grow regeneratively and aim towards UN Sustainable Development Goals No 12.

Audria Evelinn

Founder & Director

Erika Tinambunan

Farm Manager

Fadhil Ahmad

Farm Technician

Banu Rhama Dewa

Farm Chef

Wiweka Abhicanika

Business Development & Sales

Ibu Yuli

Nursery & Packing

Ibu Tike

Nursery & Packing

Jodi Indra Pujawan

Nursery Leader

Paramitha Sindiana

Marketing Communication