Kolkata, May 13 : Mother Dairy, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB), Monday said it is eyeing a 30 percent business growth in its dairy product division to over Rs. 800 crore this fiscal.
"In the last two years our dairy product business grew year-on-year by 30 percent. We expect the division would maintain the same sales growth in the next three to four years," Mother Dairy Fruit & Vegetable Private Ltd's business head (dairy products) Subhashis Basu said here.
The largest supplier of milk in the Delhi-NCR, Mother Dairy has increased the price of milk by up to Rs 2 a litre from today for the customers in the national capital region.
The company sells more than 3 million litres per day in the region. It sells milk in packed packs as well as loose. The full cream milk will now cost Rs 2 per litre more to the customers while other varieties will become more expensive by Rs 1 a litre.
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