Inflation hits hard: Hike on Amul milk prices before election results raise questions

Following the Lok Sabha elections, inflation has taken a surprising toll on individuals. The cost of a litre of Amul milk has increased by Rs 2 according to the Gujarat Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF).

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The rate of inflation has astonished people since the Lok Sabha elections ended. The cost of a litre of Amul milk has increased by Rs 2 according to the Gujarat Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF). On Monday, June 3, the new milk pricing will take effect. The cost of a liter of Amul milk has gone up by Rs. 2, per the GCMMF notification.

Price hike!

Amul Gold, Amul Taaza, and Amul Shakti are a few of these. All milk, with the exception of the Amul Taj tiny pouch, now costs Rs 2 more per litre.  Amul Gold's price has climbed by Rs 66 per litre, Amul Taaza's price has grown by Rs 54 per litre, and Amul Shakti's price has increased by Rs 60 per litre in this scenario. 

Amul Gold 500 ml is now priced at Rs 33 instead of Rs 32, per the company's latest pricing. The price of Amul Taaza 500 ml is now Rs. 27 instead of Rs. 26. Amul Shakti 500 ml now costs Rs 30 instead of Rs 29 at the same time. In addition, the cost of all milk has increased by Rs 2 per litre, with the exception of the Amul Taaza small bag. Amul Gold in Ahmedabad would sell 500 ml packs of Amul milk for Rs 33. Amul Shakti Pack and Amul Taaza would retail for Rs. 30 and Rs. 27, respectively. This implies that a liter of milk would now cost people Rs 66. 

Amul faces sharp rise

Amul Gold 500 ml is now priced at Rs 33 instead of Rs 32, per the company's latest pricing. The price of Amul Taaza 500 ml is now Rs. 27 instead of Rs. 26. Amul Shakti 500 ml now costs Rs 30 instead of Rs 29 at the same time. In addition, the cost of all milk has increased by Rs 2 per litre, with the exception of the Amul Taaza small bag. Amul Gold in Ahmedabad would sell 500 ml packs of Amul milk for Rs 33. Amul Shakti Pack and Amul Taaza would retail for Rs. 30 and Rs. 27, respectively. This implies that a liter of milk would now cost people Rs 66.