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Aug 12, 2014
MP dairy owners caught adulterating milk with bleaching agentRecently, the government said it would amend the Food Safety and Standards Act to make adulteration of milk and food items a serious crime punishable with a harsh penalty.
Jul 14, 2014
Fall in retail inflation offers big relief to India: AssochamRetail inflation fell to 30-month low of 7.31 percent mainly on account of lower price rise of food items including vegetables, cereals and meat.
Feb 20, 2014
Forget NaMo tea stalls, have 'Rahul Milk', says Congress UP unitA 'Rahul Milk' campaign has been set up in Gorakhpur, with 24 stalls offering people cups of warm milk at no cost.
Jan 03, 2014
Amul girl to go globe trotting, set to butter up US, CanadaIndian dairy Amul, the brand which represents Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF), is planning on expanding its butterly presence within a year as it plans on making yogurt, lassi and curd in New Jersey in a few months.
Nov 01, 2013
Why veganism is an expensive diet in IndiaReplacing your regular milk with soy milk; cottage cheese with tofu, might initially seem an easy option if you are planning to adapt 'Veganism', a growing movement, globally.
Oct 19, 2013
Price rise impact: Mafias gun for milk, will onions be next target?Ahead of the winter season when it is feared the gangs will take advantage of the low visibility to step up their operation, frightened transporters are hesitating to provide logistic support to the federation. GCMMF is the owner of the Amul brand.
Jul 09, 2013
Amul Milk partners with Bhaag Milkha BhaagArray
Jul 02, 2013
Stop sale of adulterated milk: Supreme Court to statesThe Supreme Court today expressed concern over the sale of adulterated milk in the country, saying it is a serious issue and action needs to be taken by the state governments to curb it.
Nov 26, 2012
Now, a Cadbury that melts in mouth, but not at 40 degreesNew 'temperature-tolerant chocolates' that don't melt even at 40 degree Celsius have been developed by confectionery giant Cadbury, which will soon be available in hot weather countries like India.
Oct 18, 2012
Can cream from cow's milk protect you HIV?Cows’ milk can be potentially developed into affordable creams that can help protect humans against HIV, a study has claimed.