Amul, Mother Diary hike milk prices by Rs 2 due to rise in procurement cost

The hike -- which comes days before Janmashtami celebrations and months ahead of the flush season when milk supplies usually rise -- may impact household budgets

Milk, shopkeeper

The hike of Rs 2 per litre translates into a 4 per cent increase in MRP, which is lower than the average food inflation, the company added.

New Delhi
Popular milk brands Amul and Mother Dairy have decided to raise their milk prices by Rs 2 per litre from Wednesday to compensate for the increase in procurement

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