India’s Patanjalas Dairies, Dairys and Panseries are ‘a miracle’
India’s largest dairy producer Patanja has announced that its milk products are “the most natural milk on the planet” and it has plans to become a “super milk producer” by 2025.
Dairy farmer and chairman of Patanju Jyoti Dairy, Prabhakar Kalyan, has revealed that its dairy products will be “more natural and free of additives” and the milk has a “strong flavour” that is “almost like honey”.
“There is no milk in the world like ours.
The milk is not made with antibiotics, nor does it contain milk protein.
It is a miracle,” he told NDTV.
The company has already sold 2,500,000 litres of milk to India’s consumers.
The company plans to increase the number of dairy products sold to over 5 lakh a year, Mr Kalya said.
“The biggest challenge for us is to get the right blend of nutrients for the customers.
We want to make our milk as natural as possible.
We are also looking at the possibility of offering alternative ingredients to enhance the taste,” he added.
Mr Kalyani said Patanji’s milk products would be “a miracle”.
“Patanjalis is one of the most natural dairy products in the country and we have been selling it for more than two decades.
We have always been a leader in the industry, but the market demand for our products has not been met.
The market demand is phenomenal and we are looking to make Patanjee’s milk a world-class product,” he said.
Mr Patanjin is a joint venture between the Patanagarh and Patan Jindal Dairy Panchayats, which owns and operates Patanje, Patanjabhul, Patani and Patani.
Mr Dairya added that the company is “very proud” of the “super” milk and the “miracle” quality of its products.
“Our customers love our products.
They love the taste and the smell and the texture of our milk.
It’s a miracle that Patanjas milk is so good.
Our customers love it,” he commented.”
Patannjal as a brand is a symbol of purity and purity of life.
It says, ‘we are not made from chemicals, we are not manufactured by multinationals and we will never use any harmful chemicals or animal by-products.
We will never abuse our animals or our environment,'” Mr Daira added.
He also said the Patani dairy farmers had been working for over 50 years to produce Patan Jyote in the region.
“I am the chairman of the Patinjali Dairy Board and we know that Patani is the best dairy in the state.
But the Patana region, which has the largest population of Patani farmers, has been growing with the help of Patannjali,” he explained.
Mr Rajeev Kumar, another Patanjan Jyotis chairman, said Patani’s milk was “a success story”.
“We have never used any chemical and no animal byproduct,” he remarked.