Malaysian Government applies policy on non-rice price stabilization through farmers' product purchase, incentives for farmers, and retail price control. This paper aims (i) to review Malaysia's policy on food production; (ii) to assess price control and farmers' protection policy; and (iii) to learn a lesson from Malaysia's success in stabilizing strategic goods prices. Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism (MDTCC) controls strategic goods price established by Malaysian Government. Federal Agricultural Marketing Agency (FAMA) controls domestic supply of agricultural products such that the prices are feasible to farmers but affordable to consumers. Ministry of Agriculture Indonesia could learn from success of this neighboring country in protecting farmers for producing agricultural products in order to maintain domestic supply and to stabilize food price.