From the dairy farms to your table, in just a day or two, is no easy guarantee. But for your benefit, we revel in living up to the challenge. You deserve fresh products. However, this does not mean that we compromise on the quality. Our dairy products are not just fresh, they are also pure.

So, where does it all begin? With the cows, of course. And we wouldn’t really be able to make this work without our good friends, the farmers. You can find out more about our farmers and our relationship with them here.

from-the-farms

From the farms

Each farmer of our 65,000-strong family has, on an average, 2 to 3 milch animals (cows or buffaloes). He gets up in the wee hours of the morning, milks his animals and sets off towards his nearest Gyan Collection Centre. Working from our 1700 Village Level Collection Centres, we collect fresh milk from our farmers twice a day.

from-the-farms

From the farms

Each farmer of our 65,000-strong family has, on an average, 2 to 3 milch animals (cows or buffaloes). He gets up in the wee hours of the morning, milks his animals and sets off towards his nearest Gyan Collection Centre. Working from our 1700 Village Level Collection Centres, we collect fresh milk from our farmers twice a day.

collection-stage

Collection Stage

Once milk is collected, we start with various checks ranging from the Chemical to the Bacteriological to ensure that it is free of adulterants, neutralisers and preservatives. For this purpose, we use solar powered Milk Checking Units that provide us with accurate measurements of the Fat and SNF content present in the milk.

Collection Stage

Once milk is collected, we start with various checks ranging from the Chemical to the Bacteriological to ensure that it is free of adulterants, neutralisers and preservatives. For this purpose, we use solar powered Milk Checking Units that provide us with accurate measurements of the Fat and SNF content present in the milk.

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transportation

Transportation Stage

Milk is then stored in special cans marked to indicate two things: first, the village from where it was collected, and second, whether it is cow milk or buffalo milk. Next, these cans are checked for organoleptic evaluation, to evaluate the stored milk’s freshness. Any deviation from the required quality results in immediate rejection.

transportation

Transportation Stage

Milk is then stored in special cans marked to indicate two things: first, the village from where it was collected, and second, whether it is cow milk or buffalo milk. Next, these cans are checked for organoleptic evaluation, to evaluate the stored milk’s freshness. Any deviation from the required quality results in immediate rejection.

chilling-storage

Chilling and Storage

At the Chilling Plants, composite milk samples in insulated tankers undergo various qualitative and quantitative tests. Next, they are stored in huge silos or massive storage tanks. The milk is then chilled down to less than 60 C in order to ensure that it continues to be fresh.

Chilling and Storage

At the Chilling Plants, composite milk samples in insulated tankers undergo various qualitative and quantitative tests. Next, they are stored in huge silos or massive storage tanks. The milk is then chilled down to less than 60 C in order to ensure that it continues to be fresh.

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processing-plant

Processing Plant

At the Processing Plant, the milk is first treated through inline filters and clarifiers to remove dirt, dust or foreign particles. Next, a homogenizer breaks down the fat particles in the milk to ensure their uniform distribution. It’s then heated to temperatures no less than 780C to completely eliminate any remaining traces of germs and pathogens.

processing-plant

Processing Plant

At the Processing Plant, the milk is first treated through inline filters and clarifiers to remove dirt, dust or foreign particles. Next, a homogenizer breaks down the fat particles in the milk to ensure their uniform distribution. It’s then heated to temperatures no less than 780C to completely eliminate any remaining traces of germs and pathogens.

final-packaging

Final Packaging

Once the milk has been processed, it is packed in 200 ml and 500 ml poly-packs and placed in cold storage at less than 40C. It is then dispatched in insulated vans. Our products are available through various distributors and private retail stores. In addition, they’re also distributed through our own retail stores.

Final Packaging

Once the milk has been processed, it is packed in 200 ml and 500 ml poly-packs and placed in cold storage at less than 40C. It is then dispatched in insulated vans. Our products are available through various distributors and private retail stores. In addition, they’re also distributed through our own retail stores.

final-packaging
to-the-table

To your table

High on quality, purity and nutrition, our product range is enjoyed by the young and the old alike. Be it a festive occasion or a regular fulfilling meal, one can’t do without Gyan Ghee, Gyan Paneer or Gyan Chaach, to name a few. And when you are in the mood to experiment, turn to our recipes page for some simple, lip smacking delicacies prepared with Gyan.

to-the-table

To your table

High on quality, purity and nutrition, our product range is enjoyed by the young and the old alike. Be it a festive occasion or a regular fulfilling meal, one can’t do without Gyan Ghee, Gyan Paneer or Gyan Chaach, to name a few. And when you are in the mood to experiment, turn to our recipes page for some simple, lip smacking delicacies prepared with Gyan.