Camel milk holds immense value, it is considered as the white gold of the desert. Although camels produce it in limited quantities. Each drop is precious as camels only lactate when they have a baby, and this lactation period lasts from 10 months to over a year. Breeding camels is a complex process with long pregnancies. As India continues to explore camel breeding, we appreciate the milk we obtain. Milking camels typically yield around 5-6 liters per day. Caring for and milking these remarkable creatures requires dedicated farmers, ample feed and pasture, veterinary care, and the loving touch of human hands. Considering the intensive labor and expenses involved, the price of camel milk remains surprisingly reasonable. As many of our customers are parents, we strive to offer a cost that we consider fair and accessible.
Furthermore, camel milk is predominantly found in remote desert areas, leading to higher logistics costs in maintaining a consistent cold chain. Transportation and storage require special attention to ensure the freshness and quality of the milk, contributing to the overall product cost. Despite these challenges, at Aadvik Foods, we are dedicated to offering you the finest quality camel milk, which truly deserves its value as white gold.