The Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF), which is best known for its Amul brand, has raised the price of milk by three rupees per litre, bringing it up to sixty-six rupees a litre. The news was announced in New Delhi. Previously, the cost of a litre of milk with the whole-cream option was Rs 63.
“We would like to inform you that the price of Amul Pouch Milk (All Variants) has been revised upwards with effect from February 2 night dispatch (3 February 23 morning dispatch),” the company said in a statement.”We’d like to let you know that the price of Amul pouch milk (in all its forms) has gone up.”
As a result of the price increase, one litre of Amul cow milk now costs Rs 56, while one litre of Amul Taaza buffalo milk costs Rs 54, and one litre of Amul A2 buffalo milk costs Rs 70. The increase was announced just one day after the Union Finance Minister gave his presentation on the Union Budget.
In October 2022, the milk brand implemented a price rise of Rs 2 per litre for its milk products. Additionally, Mother Dairy has increased its prices in response to the rise in the cost of materials and supplies. Previously, on August 1st, there was a cost increase.
Yesterday, the dairy company Parag Milk Foods increased the price of its cow milk under the Gowardhan brand by Rs. 2 per litre.