The price of Amul Gold will now be Rs 66 per litre, Amul Taaza will be Rs 54 per 1 litre.
Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation Limited, which markets the Anand-based cooperative brand Amul, on February 3 announced a hike of up to Rs 3/litre on fresh milk.
After this revision, the price of Amul Gold will be Rs 66 per litre, Amul Taaza will be Rs 54 per 1 litre, Amul cow milk Rs 56 per litre and Amul A2 buffalo milk will now cost Rs 70 per litre.
GCMMF mainly sells milk in Gujarat, Delhi-NCR, West Bengal and Mumbai markets. The cooperative sells more than 150 lakh litres of milk per day, out of which Delhi-NCR accounts for nearly 40 lakh litres.
Amul had last increased milk price by Rs 2 in October last year.