Effectively, the price of one litre of Amul Gold has been revised to Rs 66 while Amul Taaza is now priced at Rs 54 per litre, Amul cow milk at Rs 56 per litre and Amul A2 Buffalo milk at Rs 70 per litre.
The price of milk, sold under the brand name Amul, was increased by Rs 3 on Friday by the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) with immediate effect in all markets outside of Gujarat.
“We would like to tell you that the price of Amul pouch milk (all varieties) has been raised upwards with effect from the night dispatch of February 2, 2023,” the GCMMF said in a release to all Amul Milk merchants, customers, and distributors on Thursday.
Amul Taaza is now priced at Rs 54 per litre, Amul cow milk at Rs 56 per litre, and Amul A2 Buffalo milk at Rs 70 per litre, therefore bringing the price of one litre of Amul Gold down to Rs 66. According to a senior GCMMF official the decision was taken to meet the increasing allied costs of operation and production of milk.
According to the official, the decision to increase costs in Gujarat will be taken in due course. The GCMMF has also left the price of milk unchanged in Vizag, Patna and Srinagar as of now.