Sid’s Farm revises milk prices by Rs 2

Rising input costs forced price hike

Sid's Farm
The rising input costs have led to the hike in milk prices, the company said.

Sid’s Farm, a premium D2C dairy brand based in Telangana, has revised the retail price of the A2 buffalo milk, skim milk, and A2 double-toned buffalo milk by Rs 2 per packet.

The revised price of the A2 Buffalo milk stands at Rs 52, skim milk at Rs 32 and A2 double-toned buffalo milk at Rs 42 per 500 ml packet. The cost of the A2 Desi cow milk has not been revised yet and is available for Rs 75 per half a liter. As the premium dairy market gets more competitive and the prices of raw milk increase continuously with several appreciations in the past few months, it is reflecting on every dairy brand that is revising their milk prices.

Kishore Indukuri, founder, Sid’s Farm said, “As a supplier of milk, paneer, ghee, curd, and butter, we strive to offer the best products at an affordable price. Unfortunately, due to a rise in the prices of raw milk, we have to increase the prices of our milk by Rs 2. We are confident that our customers will understand that this price increase is necessary in order to provide them the same level of quality and service they expect from Sid’s Farm.”


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