DKMUL products to be sold at select IOC fuel outlets
The Dakshina Kannada Cooperative Milk Producers' Union Ltd. (DKMUL) will soon be selling its milk and milk-based products at select Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) fuel outlets in Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts, according to its president Raviraja Hegde.
Mr. Hegde was speaking at a function here on Monday, organised to release ‘Nandini Shubham', a new brand of pasteurised and processed milk, and Nandini paneer of the Karnataka Milk Federation (KMF) in Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts.
Nandini Shubham milk contains 4.5 per cent butter fat. A half-litre sachet is priced at Rs. 12.50. It has 50 per cent more butter fat than toned milk.
Mr. Hegde said that Nandini paneer was priced at Rs. 30 for a 200-gm sachet and Rs. 150 for 1-kg sachet. DKMUL had plans to produce Nandini paneer at its dairy here, he said.
Mr. Hegde said that DKMUL was selling 2.65 lakh litres of milk and 26,000 kg of curd daily.
B. Nagaraja Shetty, chairman, Coastal Development Authority, said that there was a need for setting up a cattle-feed manufacturing unit in the district. Minister in-charge of Dakshina Kannada J. Krishna Palemar said that the Government had allotted 83 acres of land to DKMUL at Koila in the district for cultivating fodder. N. Yogish Bhat, MLA, spoke.