New Delhi: Amul said on Monday that it will raise the price of its milk by Rs 2 per liter. According to the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF), which sells dairy products and dairy products under the Amul brand name, a price increase to all brands of the brand, including Gold, Taaaza, Shakti, T-major, and well like cows and buffalo milk.
Amul Gold will be Rs 30 per 500 ml in Gujarat’s Ahmedabad and Saurashtra markets, Amul Taaza will be Rs 24 per 500 ml, and Amul Shakti will be Rs 27 per 500 ml.
“Rs 2 per liter equals an increase of 4% in MRP, which is significantly lower than the average meal supplement,” the company said in a statement.
The prices initially rose by Rs 2 per liter in July of last year.
This increase in demand is due to the rise in energy costs, packaging, logistics and meat supply which has led to an increase in the overall cost of labor and milk production.
“Acquiring an increase in entry fees, our member groups have also increased the cost of farming by Rs 35 to Rs 40 per Kg fat which was more than 5% last year,” the statement said. tell.
Amul as a policy passed on almost 80 paise of every rupee paid by consumers for milk and dairy products to dairy producers.
“The cost review will help in determining the milk costs of compensation to dairy producers and to encourage them for higher milk production,” GCMMF said.
GCMMF had the last milk prices in July 2021 by Rs 2 per liter.