A Arunachalam & Co was incorporated in the year 1997. It is a family run organisation managed by Mr. A. Arunachalam Chettiar. The company is headquartered in Kangeyam near Dind
India is the leader in milk production and it has around 300 million cows and buffaloes deployed in dairy production. The production capacity of dairy products in India is around 135 million tpa. However, production per cow/buffalo is the lowest among the world, as India do not adopt modern practices for various reasons.
For many rural household, cattle is a supplementary income not an intensive business venture. It does not get specialized food nor there is any attempt to improve yield. Usually cattle grazes around freely, without major expenses towards cattle feed. This is also one of the strength of Indian dairy, as compared to developed countries, in times of downward in economy, investors usually find themselves in dire straits.
Slowly, rural India is also looking to loo
Government of Maharashtra plans to place severe punitive measures for milk adulteration in the state. According to reports, various substances, such as detergent, toxic soda, starch, fat and contaminated water are being used for the purpose. Currently, adulteration of milk is a bailable offence with a prison term of upto six months. Now, the state wants to change the law from Section 272 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) to Section 276 will soon be implemented. This will declare the malpractice a non-bailable offence and the term in prison will be upto three years.