KATHMANDU, July 24: The Department of Food Technology and Quality Control (DoFTQC) has not yet taken any action against dairy producers even though it has been almost a months since harmful chemicals were found in samples of packaged milk produced by them.
DADELDHURA, Feb 5: Laxman Koli, 65, is quite happy and busy these days. “I remain active from early in the morning till late evening as I have to look after so many cows and buffalos,” he said while sharing that in a day he sells around Rs 400 worth milk.
KATHMANDU, August 19: Dairy farmers who sell milk to Dairy Development Cooperation (DDC) will get Rs 4.14 per liter from the hiked price of milk, while the dairy industries will get only Rs 1.86. DDC had hiked the price of milk by Rs 6 per liter, effective from Thursday.
KATHMANDU, August 6: The Agriculture and Water Resources Committee (AWRC) under the Legislature-Parliament has directed the government to measure quality of milk and dairy products being produced and distributed across the country including Kathmandu valley at the earliest and take action against those found producing or distributing substandard dairy products.