Amul hikes milk prices by Rs 3/litre – Check Here


Amul hikes milk prices by Rs 3/litre; check latest rates here

Amul has hiked the prices of milk by Rs 3 per litre across all variants.

The Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) that markets its products under the Amul brand, has hiked the prices of milk by Rs 3 per litre across all variants. GMCCF said in a release: “We would like to inform you that the price of Amul pouch milk (all variants) has been revised upwards as under w.e.f. February 2, 2023 night dispatch (February 3, 2023 morning).”

New prices of variants such as 500 ml Amul Taaza, 500 ml Amul Cow Milk, and 500 ml Amul A2 Buffalo Milk stand at Rs 27, Rs 28, and Rs 35 respectively after the upward revision in rates. A litre of Amul Taaza and Amul Cow Milk will now cost Rs 54 and Rs 56 respectively, as per the company statement.

Check latest Amul milk rates here

Product New MRP per unit
Amul Taaza 500 ml Rs 27
Amul Taaza 1 litre Rs 54
Amul Taaza 2 litre Rs 108
Amul Taaza 6 litre Rs 324
Amul Taaza 180 ml Rs 10
Amul Gold 500 ml Rs 33
Amul Gold 1 litre Rs 66
Amul Gold 6 litre Rs 396
Amul Cow Milk 500 ml Rs 28
Amul Cow Milk 1 litre Rs 56
Amul A2 Buffalo Milk 500 ml Rs 35
Amul A2 Buffalo Milk 1 litre Rs 70
Amul A2 Buffalo Milk 6 litre Rs 420
The GCMMF increased prices of Gold, Taaza, and Shakti milk brands by Rs 2 per litre ahead of Diwali in October 2022 in all states except Gujarat. Former Amul MD RS Sodhi had said in a statement, “Amul has increased prices of full cream milk, gold and buffalo milk by Rs 2 per litre in all states except Gujarat.”

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After this price hike, Amul Shakti milk was available at Rs 50 per litre, Amul Gold at Rs 62 per litre, and Amul Taaza at Rs 56 per litre. The price hike was done given the rise in overall costs of operation and production of milk, as per Amul.

Sodhi, however, told India Today: “The prices of gold and buffalo milk prices has been increased by Rs 2 per litre due to an increase in fat prices in some other markets in Gujarat. Only for gold and buffalo milk due to higher dairy prices.”

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