Mother Dairy announces a raise of Rs 2 per litre across all its milk varieties : Ongoing rise in the prices of raw milk

February 2014
FRPT- FMCG Snapshot;2/9/2014, p36
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The article reports on the announcement made by Mother Dairy that it will raise the prices of milk per litre in India beginning on February 1, 2014. The reasons cited for the price increase are the rise in raw milk prices and the need to ensure availability of milk in the consumer market. Also noted is the subsidy on milk exports being provided by the Indian government.


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