Indian company to send farm fresh milk to Singapore

Indian dairy company Parag Milk Foods will now be delivering premium, farm fresh milk from India to Singapore. The FMCG company announced yesterday that its farm-to-home milk brand ‘Pride of Cows’ will now be available in the island nation. The company claims to be the first Indian company to sell fresh milk in Singapore.

Pride of Cows brand of milk is obtained from the Pune-based dairy farm Bhagyalaxmi Dairy. Photo courtesy: Pixabay
Pride of Cows brand of milk is obtained from the Pune-based dairy farm Bhagyalaxmi Dairy. Photo courtesy: Pixabay

“As the consumption of fresh and organic milk has increased in Singapore, consumers have become mindful of the source of the milk they consume and its nutrient content and we believe that there is a dearth of such products in the country. We have identified a huge opportunity for expansion there,” Devendra Shah, chairman, Parag Milk Foods Ltd, said.

This brand of milk is obtained from the Pune-based dairy farm Bhagyalaxmi Dairy, which has 3,800 Holstein Friesian cows and launched in India in January this year. The milk will be airlifted from the dairy farm located in Manchar, near Pune to Singapore every day and will initially be available through various home delivery platforms.

Author
CtoI News Desk
CtoI News Desk – CtoI

Singapore-headquartered online media company targeting Indian Diaspora across Singapore, US, UK and Dubai. Connected to India covers developments around Indians abroad, informing, engaging and entertaining its audiences.

Comments
Poll

Which service do you use to transfer money for personal use to India?

  • Bank Transfer
  • Remittance services
  • Paypal
  • Wire Transfer services like Western Union, Remit2India
  • International Money Order
Answer
Write your story

Contribute an Article

Learn more