New Delhi: Mother Dairy, the leading milk supply company in Delhi, has increased the prices of cow's milk. The company has raised two rupees. The price has increased to Rs 44 now. The company has said that it is paying more to buy raw milk from farmers. Due to this, he has to increase the price of cow milk. The company has not increased the prices of any other milk. A spokesperson for Mother Dairy said that in the last two-three months, we has to pay more than two and a half to three rupees per litre on the purchase of raw milk of cow.
The spokesman said that due to this, the price of milk has been increased. A company spokesperson said that from September 6, the price of a pack of half a liter of cow's milk will be Rs 23 and the price of a liter pack will be Rs 44 per liter. It is believed that after Mother Dairy, companies like Amul and Parag can also increase milk prices. Mother Dairy supplies 30 lakh liters of milk in Delhi NCR. It contains eight lakh liters of cow's milk. In May this year, Mother Dairy raised milk prices by two rupees a liter. In case of cow's milk, no increase was made in the pack of one liter. At that time a pack of half a liter of cow's milk was increased by one rupee.
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