DDC raises the price of milk price of milk

price of milk

From today, milk will cost more thanks to the government-owned Dairy Development Company (DDC) Lainchaur.

The milk packets bearing the increased prices were delivered to stores today by the DDC.

Rajendra Prasad Adhikari, the DDC’s deputy general manager and information officer, claims that the updated pricing apply nationwide.

The minimum purchase price from farmers for raw milk having four units of fat and milk containing solid milk particles without eight units of fat has been set at Rs 65, per the decision of the Council of Ministers on March 3.

The DDC stated that raw milk suppliers had already paid the revised price for their goods and that consumers must pay the new price.

According to the DDC, the cost of DDC standard milk, which is sold in blue packets and is the most popular milk, has increased by Rs 11 per liter to reach Rs 97.

In Kathmandu, Biratngar, Janakpur, and Hetauda, this price is in effect. The price is the same in Butwal at Rs 94 and in Nepalgunj and Dhangadhi at Rs 92.