Nandini milk products available in 100 gm too!

Mysore Pak and Cashew burfi to be available in smaller packs

Mysore- Chamarajanagar District Cooperative Milk Producers Associations Federation launched 100 grams pack of Nandini milk products on Monday. 

Karnataka Housing Board chairman G T Devegowda and Mysore- Chamarajanagar District Cooperative Bank president C Basavegowda launched 100 gms small packs of Mysore pak and cashew burfi. 

Mymul executive director Suresh Babu said, the small packs has more demand by public. They were released in market on experimental basis since three months, which gained success. 

Many measures are taken to encourage milk producers. Children of milk producers who have topped PUC examinations are given talent awards. Those pursuing medical courses are given Rs 20,000 scholarship. 

It would cost Rs 1,200 for anyone including milk producers for kidney dialysis. However, in an agreement, the federation has donated dialysis equipment to Kaveri hospital and Riverview hospital to facilitate milk producers to obtain the facility at a lower cost of just Rs 600. 

District cooperative union president H V Rajeev, Karnataka Milk Federation nominated director S C Ashok, Mymul president C Omprakash, director K Umashankar, T A Rajegowda, H S Basavaraju, Vimala Shankar, Shivanandaswamy, Mahadevappa, K G Mahesh, S Mahadevaswamy and others were present. 

Advertising posters of Nandini milk products were also released on occasion. Later equipments at Kaveri hospital and Riverview hospital were launched.

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