Anti-dairy activists vandalise milk aisle in a store even as kids going hungry in UK. What is this Vegan protest?
Members of Animal Rebellion, a climate change and animal rights organisation, entered UK stores such as Fortnum & Mason and Selfridges and dumped milk and products on the floor while employees and customers looked on
Scientists of the National Dairy Research Institute are quietly working to preserve India’s status as a dairy powerhouse in the face of the acute threat from climate change
The Japanese government estimates that as much as 5,000 tonnes of raw milk could be discarded by the end of 2021
The cattle has increased to 130 and the family also own a 10 acre plot where areca nut is the main crop. Achar brought in quite a few innovations into the dairy that the family easily earns Rs 10 lakhs per month.
A new study published in JAMA Dermatology in June 2020 indicates that consuming certain foods has a higher likelihood of causing adult acne.
World Milk Day 2020: Rich in vitamins, potassium, phosphorus, milk is a good source of protein; 5 health benefits
1 June is celebrated as World Milk Day, an annual celebration that aims to focus attention on milk and its importance as a global food. First organised in 2001 by the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations, the date was chosen because a number of countries were already celebrating national milk day around this time.
Traditionally consumed because of its famed benefits for bone health, milk is actually packed with many more nutrients than just calcium.
PayNearby partners with IndusInd Bank for contactless payments; expands hyperlocal direct to consumer business
PayNearby, a fintech startup has now expanded its hyper local discovery and purchase application ‘BuyNearby’ for pan-India operations with IndusInd Bank
Coronavirus Outbreak: Amul eyes 15% growth in turnover this fiscal from over Rs 38,000 cr in FY'20 despite nationwide lockdown
GCMMF clocked 17 percent growth in its turnover at Rs 38,550 crore during the 2019-20 fiscal year.
Coronavirus lockdown forces Assam farmers to throw away thousands of litres of milk daily; dairy industry hit by rising costs, feed shortage
The dairy industry in Assam has come to a standstill with farmers having to deal with lockdown regulations that have severely impacted their livelihood.
The National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) on Wednesday appealed all dairy cooperatives to take adequate measures to ensure the continued supply of milk and its products amid the COVID-19 lockdown
Coronavirus Outbreak: Mother Dairy says milk demand up 5-10%, facing no major supply disruptions amid lockdowns
Mother Dairy, which supplies over 30 lakh litres of milk everyday in the national capital region, said it is not facing any major supply disruptions in spite of 5-10 percent increase in demand on Tuesday, amid lockdowns in the wake of coronavirus spread
Not only can you have masala chai during the hotter months for its immunity-boosting qualities, but also because it can actually cool you down.
Excessive pesticides in agriculture make livestock vulnerable to aflatoxin contamination; affected dairy products can cause cancer in humans
Food containing aflatoxin concentrations, of just one milligram per kilogram, can cause aflatoxicosis which causes nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and convulsions in the short term and acute liver failure, jaundice, lethargy, eventually leading to death, according to a WHO study in February 2018.
Amul milk prices raised by Rs 2 per litre from today in Ahmedabad, Saurashtra, Delhi-NCR, West Bengal, Mumbai
Price hike by GCMMF was made 'with an aim to sustain remunerative milk price to our milk producers and to encourage them for higher milk production'
National Milk Day: Recent studies have soured the health benefits of adults consuming milk. What should we make of them?
While there is no doubt that for children, and breastfeeding infants especially, milk is crucial, the science gets murkier when dealing with adults.
Processed milk, including of major brands, have failed to meet the prescribed quality norm in 37.7 percent of the total samples tested, according to an FSSAI study
Online supermarket Grofers forays into packaged milk category, price to be 12% lower than competitors
Grofers expects a revenue of Rs 30 crore per annum from the packaged milk business, Grofer CEO Albinder Dhindsa said
Amul, Nandini's bid to operate Delhi Milk Scheme lower than reserve price; govt to explore other options
The bids submitted by dairy cooperatives Amul and Nandini to operate state-owned Delhi Milk Scheme (DMS) on long-term lease are lower than the reserve price and the government is now exploring other options to revive the loss-making firm, a senior agriculture ministry official said