KARNATAKA MILK FEDERATION
Karnataka's milk brand Nandini launches its cheese in Maharashtra
The company claimed that it now has a daily supply of about 2.5 lakh liters in the state and is targeting to get a 20% market share of cheese of this institutional segment in the state.
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Hatsun partners GEA to set up milk plant in TN at Rs 120 crore
GEA is a leading supplier of equipments to dairy and food processing industry and has helped companies like Amul to set up their largest processing plants in India.
Karnataka Milk Federation plans Rs 300 crore plant in Telangana
Karnataka Milk Federation has evinced interest to join hands with its counterpart in Telangana, Vijaya Dairy, to set up a milk processing plant involving an investment of at least Rs 300 crore.
Nandini milk price cut by Re one per litre
The KMF today slashed the prices of Nandini milk variants and curds by Re one with effect from February 13 under a directive from the state government.
BBMP pitches in with Rs 3 crore for Chennai flood relief
BBMP will donate Rs 3 crore towards flood relief efforts in Chennai, Mayor BN Manjunath Reddy said on Tuesday.
Milk prices likely to remain firm
A weak export demand of over 1.30 lakh tonne skimmed milk powder (SMP) will give a further respite to consumers.
Butter to turn dearer after milk prices soar
After increasing milk prices, milk cooperatives and private players are now planning to raise butter, cheese and ghee prices.
EC 'sveeps' nation to full house party
Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) by EC has come up with different inovative ways to spread information to voters.
Dairies like Kwality and Creamline Dairy feel profit margins squeeze after falling sale prices
Similarly, south-based private dairies like Godrej Agrovet-controlled Creamline Dairy have admitted pressure on their margins.
Reddy troika no longer kings, but mining lords still rule
The fall of the once powerful Reddy brothers is evident in the ''Republic of Bellary' but the influence of mining lords has not diminished.
Price wars between cooperative societies and private players bring down milk price in Telangana
With Telangana dairy cooperative forging alliances with many, some private sector dairy firms suspect foul play to cripple the private sector.
Weak monsoon likely to drive milk prices up
However, a few milk cooperatives and private players don’t feel the need to increase the prices with daily milk procurement more than what it was in the previous years.
Dairies pay 10% more for milk as mercury soars
Milk production goes down as summer reaches its peak ahead of monsoon. Dairy product manufacturers have seen milk procurement prices rise by 10%.
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