The then Bangalore Dairy, which began processing milk in 1965 with an initial capacity of 50,000 Litres Per Day(LPD), was inaugurated on 23.1.1965 by late Sri.Lal Bahadur Shastriji, the then Hon'ble Prime Minister of India. Later the capacity was enhanced to 3.50 Lakh Litres Per Day.
This Union is one of the first four Milk Unions to be covered under the First World Bank
Steady demand for quality milk, led the organization to break ground on its newest Mega Dairy, commissioned during
the year 2000, which is a modern & fully automated dairy plant with a capacity of
6.00 Lakh Litres Per Day is expandable to 10 Lakh Litres Per Day.
The operations in the Dairy are fully computerised and each operation is automated with controls for standardization, temperature & flow control, pasteurization and clearing-in-place (CIP) system. The system also gathers and distributes data for production, maintenance, breakdown, quality, CIP, along with utility and water supply system measurements for analysis & monitoring.
The Union has Chilling
Centres at Doddaballapur, Anekal, Hoskote, Vijayapura, Solur, Byrapatna
in Bangalore District with total chilling capacity of 5.5 Lakh Litres Per Day.
There are 113 Bulk Milk Coolers & 479 Automatic Milk
Collection Units in the Union.
The Milk union is procuring an average of 8.59 Lakh Kgs. per
day and selling 6.59 Lakh
Litres everyday through Retailers, Franchisee Outlets and Day Counters.
The Union is selling different milk variants Viz Toned,
Double Toned, Full Cream & Homogenized Cow Milk. Other
products produced & sold are Curds, Butter, Ghee, Peda, Paneer,
Butter Milk and Set Curds.