Gokul milk price hike: Kolhapur District Cooperative Milk Producers Union, which owns the Gokul Milk brand, has announced to increase the price of milk in Maharashtra by Rs 2 a liter from Sunday.
49 rupees per liter of milk.
Gokul milk price hike: After Amul Mother Dairy, now Gokul has increased the price of milk in Maharashtra by two rupees a liter. Mother Dairy has increased the prices of its milk by Rs 2 per liter in Delhi-NCR with effect from July 11, 2021. Earlier, Amul had also decided to increase the price of milk by Rs 2 per liter from July 1.
The Kolhapur District Cooperative Milk Producers Union, which owns the Gokul Milk brand, has announced to increase the price of milk in Maharashtra by Rs 2 a liter from Sunday. However, this price hike will not be applicable in Kolhapur, Sangli and Konkan. In a statement issued on Saturday, it has been said that Gokul has increased the price of buffalo and cow milk by Rs 2 per liter. However, milk prices have not been increased in Kolhapur, Sangli and Konkan.
Milk will be Rs 49 per liter
Right now Gokul’s cow’s milk is Rs 47 a liter. Its price will be Rs 49 a liter from Sunday. At the same time, the price of buffalo milk will increase from Rs 58 to Rs 60 a liter. Union chief Satej Patil said that the cost of buying buffalo milk has increased by Rs 2 and that of cow’s milk by Rs 1 a liter, due to which we are also forced to increase the price. Gokul buys 12 lakh liters of milk from across the state every day. is.
New price of milk from July 11
Leading milk supplier Mother Dairy has announced to increase milk price by Rs 2 per liter in Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR) and other cities from Sunday, citing high cost. Earlier, milk prices were increased in December 2019. From July 1, Amul had also raised milk rates by Rs 2 per litre. Mother Dairy said it is “forced to increase the prices of its liquid milk by Rs 2 per liter in Delhi-NCR with effect from July 11, 2021.” The new prices will be applicable on all types of milk.
Production crisis also due to corona
“The company is facing inflationary pressures on all input costs, which have increased manifold in the last one year and are also facing a crisis in milk production due to the ongoing global pandemic,” the statement said. In the past one year, agricultural prices have risen by eight to 10 per cent, coupled with rising operating prices for processing, packaging and equipment.
Mother Dairy sells 30 lakh liters of milk daily
Mother Dairy said, “It has to be noted that in the last three-four weeks alone the agricultural prices of milk have increased by about four per cent. Despite paying higher prices for the purchase of milk in the last one year, the price for the consumers was not increased. With these new rates, there is a revision of four per cent in milk prices.” Mother Dairy sells more than 30 lakh liters of milk daily in Delhi-NCR.
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