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Business Standard – Aadvik Foods eyes 30% camel milk output ramp up on buoyant demand.

Having launched ahead of GCMMF, popularly known as Amul, Aadvik Foods has already sold 200,000 liters of camel milk in the past three years.

On the back of growing demand from health-conscious consumers, India’s first brand, Rajasthan-based Aadvik Foods is now looking to ramp up its monthly production by 25-30 percent.
Having launched ahead of Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF), popularly known as Amul, Aadvik Foods has already sold 200,000 liters of camel milk in the last three years.
“Our aim is to disrupt the dairy foods and milk-based products space in the country through a product range that spans across multiple categories. With an early mover advantage, we aim to capture a large share of this growing market in India by offering exceptional camel milk-based products to our consumers,” said Shrey Kumar, Co-Founder, Aadvik Foods. Read the Full Article here.

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