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DDC hikes milk prices

The Annapurna Express

The Annapurna Express

DDC hikes milk prices

The state-owned Dairy Development Corporation (DDC) Lainchaur has increased the prices of milk.

According to DDC Deputy General Manager and Information Officer Rajendra Prasad Adhikari, the DDC today sent the milk packets with the new prices to the market.

A Cabinet meeting held on March 3 had decided to increase the price of raw milk. The new rate of the raw milk has been fixed at Rs 65.

The price of DDC standard milk which is available in a blue packet and the most-selling milk has increased by Rs 11 per liter. Now, a packet of milk will cost Rs 97.

The government has set this price in Kathmandu, Biratngar, Janakpur and Hetauda. Likewise, a packet of milk will cost Rs 94 in Butwal and Rs 92 in Nepalgunj and Dhangadhi.

 

 

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