KMF: Milk prices increased by Rs 2 per litre in Karnataka


Team Udayavani, Jun 25, 2024, 1:55 PM IST

Recently, the Karnataka government has increased the prices of petrol and diesel, putting an additional financial burden on the state’s citizens. Now, the government has further strained household budgets by increasing the price of milk. The Karnataka Milk Federation (KMF) has announced a significant decision to raise the price of its Nandini milk by 2 rupees per litre.

In a press conference held at the KMF headquarters, KMF President Bheemanayak shared details about the price hike. He stated that an additional 50 ml of milk would be added to each one- litre packet of Nandini milk. The current price of one litre of milk, which is 42 rupees, will be increased by 2 rupees. Similarly, the price of a half- litre packet will also see a 2-rupee hike, increasing from the current 22 rupees per half- litre. The revised prices will take effect from tomorrow, as informed by Bheemanayak.

Bheemanayak justified the price increase by comparing it to the rates in other states, stating that the prices in Karnataka are still relatively low.

The revised prices apply only to milk. KMF President Bheemanayak assured that there would be no increase in the prices of other Nandini products such as curd and lassi. KMF Managing Director M.K. Jagadish and other board members were also present at the press conference.

 

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