Nova Dairy's effort to improve the lives of Indian Dairy Farmers
Nova Dairy, the top dairy manufacturer in India, is aiming to improve the lives of dairy farmers via its most recent initiatives. Nova Dairy emphasized in its most recent statement that the organization has put up strategies for dairy farmers to produce clean milk. Additionally, the firm intends to provide animal health and feed advice and expertise. Nova Dairy is employing technical initiatives to collect and cool milk as quickly as possible to prevent it from spoiling.
Feed prices for animals have risen dramatically, causing farmers to raise their selling prices. Additionally, the country's inadequate dairy infrastructure is another issue that the dairy sector as a whole is attempting to address. As a result, in order to assist dairy farmers, Nova Dairy is developing ideas for a dairy market that will benefit both parties.
"In our role as the nation's preeminent dairy manufacturer, we think it's necessary to show our support for the dairy farming and agricultural communities. We make certain that, despite milk's short shelf life, we reduce waste while also reducing costs. Nova Dairy will spare no effort in providing the most cutting-edge tools and knowledge to the dairy farmers so that they can sustain themselves and their families. ", commented Kuldeep Saluja, Managing Director, Sterling Agro.
The excellence and reliability of Nova Dairy's products are guaranteed by their production in one of three cutting-edge facilities in Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, or Uttar Pradesh, all of which are supported by research and development centres. In addition, Indian Railways, Nestle, ITC Limited, Air India, etc., are among the company's favoured institutional and corporate bulk clients.
India has been the world's largest producer and consumer of dairy products since 1998, with a steady increase in milk and milk products. The dairy industry is crucial to the rural Indian economy, providing both jobs and money. India also boasts the world's largest cattle population. However, as compared to the world's other leading dairy producers, India's milk output per animal is much lower. Most of India's dairy output is liquid milk, which is marketed almost exclusively inside the country. The Indian dairy business has huge value-adding and growth potential.