Amul is now the 9th Largest Dairy Company in the World.

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AMUL is now the 9th Largest and the fastest growing dairy organization in the world.

Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Limited (GCMMF) (Amul Federation), which markets the popular Amul brand of milk and dairy products, is the fastest growing dairy organization in the entire world.

AMUL ranks 9th among the Large milk processors of the world. Just seven years back (in 2011), Amul was ranked 18th in the list of top global dairy organizations. The Growth rate of Amul is one of the Fastest in the Dairy Industry.

This has been the fastest rise by any top-ranking dairy organizations across the globe. Other top-ranked dairy organizations in the list are multinationals operating in multiple countries, while Amul operates primarily in India.

Company’s milk procurement has increased from 91 lakhs liters per day in 2009-10 to 210 lakhs liters per day during 2017-18 which shows a phenomenal increase of 131%.

GCMMF plans to achieve turnover of Rs. 50,000 crores ($7.2 Billion) in the year 2020-21.


Top 10 Largest Milk Processors of the world:

Rank in 2018 Company name Origin & main operation
1 Dairy Farmers of America USA
2 Fonterra New Zealand/ others
3 Groupe Lactalis France/others
4 Arla Foods Denmark/Sweden/others
5 Nestlé Switzerland/others
6 FrieslandCampina Netherlands/others
7 Saputo (incl.MG) Canada/USA/others
8 Dean Foods USA
9 Amul (GCMMF) India
10 Danone France/others


Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation (AMUL) crosses Rs. 29,220 crores sales turnover

Amul brand of milk and dairy products has registered a provisional turnover of Rs. 29,220 Crores ($4.1 billion) for the financial year 2017-18 which ended on 31st
March 2018.

It is important to note that its Branded consumer products have registered a growth of 14% over previous year with products such as Cheese, Butter, Milk Beverages, Paneer, Cream, Buttermilk and Dahi having grown at 20-40%.

The provisional unduplicated group turnover of Amul brand has crossed Rs. 41,000 Crores ($5.8 billion) which is 10% higher than last year.


Amul is adding New markets.

In order to reach interior markets, Amul Federation has started 15 new branches in India during last five years.

Further Amul Federation has also appointed several distributors at smaller towns and villages to ensure consumers in these markets also benefit from availing quality
products at reasonable price.


Did You Know?

The 18 member Unions of Amul Federation with farmer member strength of more than 36 lakhs across 18,700 villages of Gujarat are procuring on an average 211 Lakhs litres of milk per day which is 20% higher than last year.

Amul Federation passes on 80-85% of consumer rupee back to milk producer members thus encouraging them to produce more milk.

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