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More than four hundred dairy plants exist in the public, cooperative and private sectors in India. A fact that reflects the importance of milk as part of the daily diet.
Dairy Plants Update: India's first vertical dairy commissioned.
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India's modern milk supply goes back to December 15, 1950, when the Aarey Milk Plant in Bombay launched the supply of pasteurized and bottled milk on large-scale for the first time in India. Subsequently, over the years, the share of the organized sector increased after the launching of Operation Flood in 1970.

From an insignificant 200,000 liters per day (lpd) milk processing in 1951, the organized sector is presently handling over 20 million lpd in almost 500 dairy plants. Already, one of the world’s largest liquid milk plants is located in Delhi, handling over 800,000 liters of milk per day (Mother Dairy, Delhi). India's first automated dairy (capacity: 1 mlpd), Mother Dairy, Gandhinagar, was commissioned at Gandhinagar near Ahmedabad, Gujarat, in Western India. It is owned by India’s biggest dairy cooperative group, Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) in Anand, with an annual turnover in excess of Rs 22 billion (US $500 million) in 1999.

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Northern India
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Dairy Plants Update: India's first vertical dairy commissioned

Amul-III with its satellite dairies at Anand in Gujarat, with total installed capacity of 1.5 mlpd has been commissioned. India's first vertical dairy (capacity: 400,000 lpd) has been commissioned at Noida, outside Delhi, in 1999. It is owned and managed by the Pradeshik Cooperative Dairy Federation Limited, Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh.

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In this section Dairy plants are listed alphabetically and regionwise, including liquid milk plants and product manufacturers, both Western and indigenous, in the public, cooperative and private sectors. The address, phone and fax numbers, list of products manufactured and capacities and other details of these Plants can be obtained from DAIRY INDIA 1997 or from us.

Dairy Plants in Northern India
Dairy Plants in Eastern India
Dairy Plants in Southern India
Dairy plants in Western India

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