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Unipex, one of India’s largest dairy exporters, has been facing growing consumer complaints over its products, including the dairy products of its top-selling brands, including Unilever, Nestle, Cargill and Unilevel.
The company has said it is committed to a 100% switch to organic, sustainable dairy products.
Sources said that while Uniprox has been selling dairy products like Unileve and Nestle at Rs 2,000 to 3,000 per kg, it is now offering products at Rs 1,500 to 2,500 per kg for a Rs 1.50 price cut.
The change in pricing comes as part of a broader initiative by Unipox, which has launched a new initiative that is aimed at boosting the efficiency of the company.
Unipox is in the process of making changes to its pricing and marketing strategies, including a new product called the Uniprocessing Food and Beverage, which will include products that have been proven to be more eco-friendly.
The plan is to make the products cheaper and more sustainable, and bring them in line with food and beverage consumption trends, said a senior executive of the firm.
“The brand will be sold in retail stores, supermarkets and drug stores, and it will be available in a range of packaging sizes,” he said.
The move is part of the Unilev programme, launched by the world’s largest company, which aims to improve the efficiency and quality of products produced in India.
“The initiative is a great example of how Unipo has started to lead by example,” said a marketing executive of Unilevo.
Uniprox is one of the country’s biggest dairy exporter, with exports totalling Rs 5,000 crore in 2015-16, according to government data.
Uniprax is a leading exporter of Uniprotein and Uniproxy products.
Unipex, one of India’s largest dairy exporters, has been facing growing consumer complaints over its products, including the dairy products…
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