Tuesday saw a 2 rupee per liter price hike for the Gold, Taaza, and Shakti milk brands, which are sold under the Amul brand by the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation.
The revised prices will take effect on Wednesday, according to a statement from the GCMMF.
The federation, which has its headquarters in Anand, declared that it had “agreed to hike the milk pricing by Rs 2 per litre in the marketplaces of Ahmedabad and Saurashtra region in Gujarat, Delhi NCR, West Bengal, Mumbai and all other markets where Amul milk is sold.”
According to a statement, Amul Gold will now cost Rs 31, Amul Taaza Rs 25, and Amul Shakti Rs 28 in the markets of Ahmedabad and Saurashtra.
Due to an increase in its purchasing and other input expenses, Mother Dairy has decided to hike milk pricing by Rs 2 per litre in the Delhi-NCR with effect from Wednesday.
In the Delhi-NCR, Mother Dairy raised milk prices by Rs. 2 per litre in March (National Capital Region).
One of the top milk suppliers in the Delhi-NCR region, Mother Dairy sells more than 30 lakh gallons of milk daily through vending machines and poly packs.
A corporate representative stated on Tuesday that starting on August 17, 2022, the company will be “compelled” to increase the price of liquid milk by Rs 2 per litre. All milk varieties will be subject to the increased rates.
From this Wednesday, full cream milk would cost Rs 61 per litre, up from Rs 59 per litre.
Toned milk would cost Rs. 51 per litre, while double toned milk will cost Rs. 45 per litre. The cost of cow milk has increased to Rs. 53 per liter.
The cost of bulk vended milk (token milk) has increased from Rs 46 per litre to Rs 48.