The Bengaluru-based Namdhari’s Group is expanding its dairy business targeting the Mumbai market with its value-added products next month. Moreover, as reported in a leading daily, the company is launching the certified organic milk in Bengaluru from April 1.

Speaking on the development, Gurmukh Roopra, CEO, Namdhari’s Group said, “The company’s value-added dairy products such as the Greek yoghurt, flavoured paneer, ghee and set curd among others will be made available through the general trade and online platforms in Mumbai from April 1.”

He further added, “The Group operates a 50,000-litre dairy plant near Bidadi on the outskirts of Bengaluru, where it has a large captive farm that has over 1,500 cattle at a single location. The company, which entered into the dairy segment about four years ago to make good use of the large quantity of fodder generated from its baby-corn export business, is eyeing a revenue run rate of INR35 crore for its dairy business.”

The company registered a 5 percent growth last year due to pandemic resultant lockdown, is now aiming at higher growth of 15-20 percent this year.

In the liquid milk business, which accounts for over 30 per cent of the dairy sales, Namdhari’s is focusing on scaling its premium A2 milk category and is in the process of launching certified organic milk. The company has been selling certified A2 milk under the Dairy Tales brand for the past two years. It largely sells liquid milk in Bengaluru and Chennai.

Namdhari’s Group’ have also expanded their presence in Bengaluru with their latest Simpli Namdhari’s store in Whitefield. The 7,000 square feet store will retail a wide variety of residue-free fruits and vegetables, staples and dairy products under one roof.


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