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Mother Dairy Taking Steps to Ensure Supply without Disruption amid Lockdown of Delhi-NCR

Pronami Chetia
Pronami Chetia

Amid India’s fight against global pandemic COVID-19, Mother Dairy has been taking several measures to ensure proper supply during this global scarcity and lockdown of different cities across India.“There is no disruption in the supply of milk or other products, and the required stocks are available to meet the demand”, said the subsidiary of the National Dairy Development Board on Friday.

As per reports, it has also put in place strict protocols around the collection of milk to minimize person-to-person contact to ensure safety at the collection, processing and distribution levels.

Gears up for Enough Supply in Delhi-NCR amid Lockdown

As per reports, Mother Dairy sells more than 30 lakh litres of milk per day in Delhi-NCR and operates a network of around 850 milk booths in the region.

“We welcome the PM’s appeal to exercise restraint from panic buying of essential food items such as milk,” said a company statement. “At Mother Dairy, we will work relentlessly and leave no stone unturned to ensure that the people of Delhi don’t face any shortage of milk. We are fully geared up to ensure that every citizen of NCR is provided with milk in the most hygienic condition.”

Major Steps amid Covid-19 Outbreak

“As an essential commodity of daily nutrition, we are also making alternative arrangements to address a challenging situation due to Covid-19”, said a spokesperson for Mother Dairy Fruit & Vegetable Pvt Ltd.

“In order to serve consumers, we have aligned our procurement network across locations to make requisite arrangements at all levels to ensure timely delivery with strict adherence to quality norms,”

The company is advising its stakeholders to maintain hygiene at all levels.

“Right from procurement to processing, logistics and retail network, we are constantly monitoring our operations to ensure the supply chain is seamless and precautions adhere too,” said official reports.

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