Who is the owner of Verka Milk Plant?

Who is the owner of Verka Milk Plant?

Raj Kumar Verka – Wikipedia.

Is Verka is govt or private?

It is govt department governed by department of cooperative, govt of punjab, an average salary of the peon is more then 49000 per month.

Is Verka Indian brand?

Verka is a milk product brand name of Punjab State Co-operative Milk Producers’ Federation Limited. It is an Indian dairy company, which headquarters is in Chandigarh, India. The company brand, Verka has become a household name and is loved by its customers for nutrition, quality and sheer indulgence.

Where are Verka products made?

With strong distributors and suppliers, Verka is putting in a constant endeavour to elevate its brand presence across North America. We import Food and Houseware Products from over 20 countries world wide and many are produced and manufactured here in our own facilities in Canada.

Is Verka a cooperative?

‘Verka’ is a popular brand of Punjab State Cooperative Milk Producers’ Federation Limited, and has retail outlets across the state and beyond. Punjab has 21 large dairy processing plants and 11 cooperative milk processing plants.

Is Verka an international brand?

How many milk plants are there in Punjab?

Currently, there are 11 milk plants covering 6,000 villages in Punjab.

Which is the famous brand of milk in Punjab?

Verka is a household name across India for highest quality milk and milk products from Punjab. Verka was earlier known by the brand name, Milkfed.

How many dairy farms support Verka?

Currently, Verka has around 7,000 village milk producers’ cooperative societies, with over 3,80,000 members. These village level cooperatives work under 11 district milk producers’ unions with 10 milk plants having a consolidated milk handling capacity of around 18,00,000 litres per day.

How many dairy farms are there in Punjab?

About 6,000 progressive dairy farmers in Punjab and the state have more such farmers, with farms varying in size from 10 to 500 high-yielding cow breeds. Also, the daily milk production by these farms is about 12 to 15 lakh liters.

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