- April 28, 2017 / 2 min readTo achieve this, Heritage said, they will ramp up its current volume of 14 lakhs litres of milk per day to 28 lakh litres.
South India's one of the leading dairy companies, Heritage Foods has entered the northern region with the launch of its milk and milk products.
To achieve its mission of reaching Rs.6000 crore revenues by end of 2022, Heritage is going to start 5 more milk processing plants in the next 5 years, the company said.
To achieve this, Heritage said, they will ramp up its current volume of 14 lakhs litres of milk per day to 28 lakh litres.
This growth is aided by recent acquisition of Reliance Dairy’s brands, Dairy Life and Dairy Pure in North India.
By entering the northern market the brand said the milk supplied in Delhi will be collected from farmers located just 5 hours away; thereby ensuring freshness and a consistent flow of good quality milk.
Brahmani Nara, Executive Director, Heritage Foods, said, "We are very happy to foray into Delhi and other states in the North and we would like to repeat the same success we have had in other markets where Heritage is a trusted brand.
While we have aggressive expansion plans of being a Rs.6000 cr. company by 2022, we would like to stick to our core philosophy of our own procurement of milk from farmers 5 hours away from Delhi to ensure the freshest milk to the consumer, everyday."Trending ArticleDaily UpdatesWhich is the highest format preference of Fun-Seeker?
Search for top Restaurant Suppliers in your city