Feb 3, 2023By: Sourabh Jain
Amul has announced a price hike of ₹3 per liter and with this, the company’s most affordable option is now available for ₹54 per liter.
Amul is now selling a liter of Taaza milk for ₹54, Gold for ₹66, Cow milk for ₹56, and A2 Buffalo milk for ₹ 70.
Amul has said that the price has been increased due to an overall increase in the cost of operation and production of milk.
In this post, we look at the milk prices of some of the other major dairy companies in the country.
Nandini, India’s second largest milk union, sells its double-toned milk for ₹38, toned milk for ₹39, homogenized toned milk at ₹40, homogenized cow milk at ₹44, special milk for at 45, Shubham at ₹45, Samruddhi at ₹50 and Santrupthi at ₹52 per liter.
After a price hike in December 2022, Mother Dairy is selling its double-toned milk at ₹47, toned milk at ₹51, cow milk at ₹55, and full-cream milk at ₹66.
Heritage, one of the biggest dairy companies in South India, sells toned milk for ₹56, standardized milk at ₹64, and full-cream milk at ₹72.
Vijaya, a major dairy company in South India, sells toned milk at ₹55, cow milk at ₹56, standardized milk at ₹59, and whole milk at ₹69.
AAVIN sells toned milk for ₹43, standardized milk for ₹47, and full-cream milk for ₹51.