Raaj Milk - Quality
By Reading through the Articles on Goodness of Milk You should be Clear about its Nutritional Value and Other Important Benefits of Milk.
Rightly Said Milk Is the “Nature’s Most Nearly Perfect Food”.
We have Implemented Several Quality Measures in Different Areas. Apart from Regular Dairy Quality Checks, Our Quality Experts Check for the Proteins and Other Advanced Aspects of Milk.
Ensuring that the Bad (Pathogenic) Bacteria are completely Destroyed and the Milk’s Nutrition Portfolio Remains as the Best. We Ensure Every Drop if Milk is Heated to a Precise Temperature for a Defined Quantity of time to Achieve the Best of Pasteurization.
Our R&D team is Constantly working with International Companies to Bring the Latest of Processing technology to Give our Customers the Best Milk.
We Indulge in Continuous Process Improvement to Deliver the Best Milk with Good Nutritious Benefits.
Our Field Staff Work Closely with 2000 + Farmers and 9000+ Milking Cows in our Procurement Zone to Bring you the Best of Dairy, as we Term ” The Goodness of Milk” with Stringent Checks for Adulteration and Additives. Implementing Automated Milk Collection Systems Ensures that Milk with Lower Nutrition Levels do not Enter our system.
By Keeping the Better Control and Direct Farmer Industry Linkage, We Deliver the Best Milk in the Market with Excellent Nutrition Profile and Give Better Pricing to the Milk with Best Quality Ensuring the Fair-Trade Scenario.
We Educate the Importance of Quality and Conduct Training Sessions to Produce High Quality Milk from the Cattle.
Goodness of Dairy Effluent
Several studies has been conducted by Many Farming reseach institutes for the Use of Dairy Effluent in Farming and the Results are Proven to be Highly Benifiting the Farmers. One Such research published in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Volume 2, No 1, 2011, : Utilization of Amul Dairy effluent for agriculture practices Sharma, N. K., Goswami Bhakti, Gajjar Bijal, Jain Chirag, Soni Deepak, Patel Krishna Department of Biological and Environmental Science, N. V. Patel College of Pure and Applied Sciences, Vallabh Vidyanagar, Anand. Gujarat email@example.com doi:10.6088/ijes.00202010003,
Has the following Abstract ” Pot experiments were conducted to evaluate the impact of Amul dairy effluent on certain physico-chemical properties of soil and on growth, and quality of Lady’s finger (Abelomoschus esculentus) and Guar (Cymopsis tetragonoloba.). The effluent used in different concentration 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% and 100%. The pH of the waste water was near about neutral but it contained an enough amount of nitrogen, phosphate, chloride, calcium, carbonates, bicarbonates and suspended and dissolved solids when compared with fresh water. Soil receiving the waste water showed no significant changes in water soluble salts, electrical conductivity, cation exchange capacity, pH, total organic carbon etc. Moreover, waste water irrigation resulted in increased growth and nutrients of both the crops.”
Another Article in The Open Agriculture Journal, 2010, 4, 1-9 on Dairy Factory Wastewaters, Their Use on Land and Possible Environmental Impacts – A Mini Review Mark Watkinsa and David Nash*, by Department of Primary Industries, Ellinbank Centre, 1301 Hazeldean Rd, Ellinbank, Victoria 3821, Australia and eWater Cooperative Research Centre, Building 22, University of Canberra, ACT 2601, Australia states that ” The effect of casein wastewater applied to pasture for 15 years was studied by McAuliffe et al. in New Zealand . The studies found marked increases in inorganic and organic forms of nitrogen and phosphorus in the soil, soil bulk density had decreased, and the soil had higher rates of respiration and more earthworms. Irrigation occurred, on average, eight hours per day once every 17 to 18 days. The irrigation is estimated to have provided 100 times more total nitrogen and phosphorus than would be applied when using normal fertiliser application for the maintenance of pasture. Therefore nitrogen and phosphorus either accumulated in the soil or was lost to groundwater (soil infiltration rate was measured to be approximately 3, 000 mm/day). Nitrate was found to be low in the topsoil water but increased with depth to a maximum of 20 mg/L just above the water table. The concentration of dissolved inorganic phosphorus in soil water increased from 10 – 20 mg/L in the control to 220 – 660 mg/L in the top 300 mm of soil, with the higher figures found in the upper 100 mm. This represents a significant accumulation of nutrients and it would therefore be beneficial to irrigate over a much larger area of land.”
We Continually Work to Deliver Better Quality of Milk and Deliver Better Satisfaction to our Customers.
Raaj Group has Two Labs One for the Regular Dairy Testing and Another one is the Most Sophisticated Advanced Testing Lab for Milk Proteins in Tamilnadu. Our Food Technologists and Quality Personal Work Effectively to Ensure that the Milk Proteins are Delivered in its Best Form in Raaj Milk.