Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF), which markets milk and other dairy items under the Amul brand, on Tuesday said it has expanded the costs by Rs 2 for each liter, or 4%. Mother Dairy has likewise climbed its milk price costs by Rs 2 for each liter. The updated costs for both organizations will be successful Wednesday (August 17).
The cost of Amul Gold will be Rs 31 for every 500 ml, Amul Taaza will be sold at Rs 25 for each 500 ml, and Amul Shakti will be at Rs 28 for every 500 ml.
For Mother Dairy, full-cream milk will cost Rs 61 for each liter from Wednesday, up from Rs 59 for every liter. Costs of conditioned milk will increment to Rs 51 while twofold conditioned milk will ascend to Rs 45 for each liter. Cow milk price have been climbed to Rs 53 for every liter. In March likewise, Mother Dairy had expanded milk costs by Rs 2 for every liter in the Delhi-NCR (National Capital Region).
Mother Dairy’s mass distributed milk (token milk) cost has been raised to Rs 48 from Rs 46 for every liter. The organization has seen an expansion in input costs over the most recent five months, the authority said. For example, the homestead costs of crude milk have spiked by around 10-11 percent. In like manner, the expense of feed and grain has likewise seen a critical ascent because of the intensity wave and broadened summer season.
The GCMMF said in a proclamation, “The Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation, advertiser of endlessly milk items under the brand name of Amul, has chosen to expand the milk costs by Rs 2 for every liter in business sectors of Ahmedabad and Saurashtra of Gujarat, Delhi-NCR, West Bengal, Mumbai and any remaining business sectors where Amul is promoting its new milk successful from August 17, 2022,” .
The GCMMF said the increment of Rs 2 for each liter converts into 4% increment in MRP which is below the norm food expansion. It added that this cost climb is being finished “because of the expansion in the general expense of activity and creation of milk”. The steers taking care of cost alone has expanded to around 20% contrasted with the year before. Taking into account the ascent in input costs, our part associations have likewise expanded ranchers’ cost in the scope of 8-9 percent over the earlier year.
Amul as a strategy passes on very nearly 80 paise of each and every rupee paid by purchasers for endlessly milk items to the milk makers. “The cost correction will help in supporting profitable milk costs to our milk makers and to energize them for higher milk creation”, the GCMMF said.
Mother Dairy said in a proclamation, “The organization has been encountering a flood in shifted input costs which have expanded multifold during the most recent five months. For example, the ranch costs of crude milk have alone solidified by around 10-11 percent in the said period. Similarly, the expense of feed and grain has likewise seen a huge ascent during a similar time due to the heatwave noticed before in the nation and by virtue of the drawn out summer season. The flood in ranch costs is just being to some extent gave to the purchasers, in this way getting the interests of both the partners – shoppers and ranchers.”
GCMMF sells 150 lakh liters of milk each day, of which Gujarat contributes around 60 lakh liters, Delhi-NCR 35 lakh liters and Maharashtra 20 lakh liters, he added.