Within three months, Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation, which markets its products under brand ‘Amul', has decided to hike its milk prices in Delhi and NCR by Rs 1-2 a litre from Friday.

But, there is some relief for consumers as another major dairy cooperative ‘Paras', which has significant presence in Delhi and NCR market, said it has no immediate plan to spike cost of its milk. There was, however, no word from Mother Dairy.

Amul Taaza will now cost Rs 29 a litre in Delhi and NCR as compared to Rs 28 earlier, while its Slim and Trim variety will cost Rs 25 a litre in place of Rs 24 per litre and Amul Gold (full cream) Rs 38 against Rs 36/litre earlier, GCMMF Managing Director, Mr R S Sodhi said.

(This article was published on August 4, 2011)
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