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Mother Dairy Milk Prices to Rise by Rs 2 Beginning Today

Mother Dairy has raised milk prices in the Delhi national capital region (NCR) by Rs 2 per litre as of today (Sunday, March 6).

The price increase was caused by an increase in procurement prices.

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Mother Dairy’s price increase comes just a week after Amul and Parag Milk Foods raised their prices.

Mother Dairy is constrained to hike its liquid milk pricing by Rs 2 per litre in Delhi NCR with effect from March 6, 2022, due to rising procurement prices (amount given to farmers), fuel expenses, and packaging material costs, the business stated on Saturday.

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As a result, full cream milk will cost Rs 59 per litre beginning Sunday, up from Rs 57 per litre on Saturday.

Toned milk will now cost Rs 49 per litre, while double toned milk will cost Rs 43. Cow milk costs have risen to Rs 51 per litre, up from Rs 49 per litre.

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The price of bulk vended milk (token milk) has been hiked from Rs 44 to 46 per litre.

It has also raised milk prices by Rs 2 per litre in Haryana, Western Uttar Pradesh, and Uttarakhand.

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Markets outside of these specific regions will be changed in stages.

Mother Dairy Milk is sold in over 100 places across the country.

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Procurement prices (the amount given to farmers) have increased by about 8-9 per cent since July 2021. Other costs have grown as well.

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