WATCH: Baba Ramdev's Patanjali Launches New Products Under The Dairy Segment, Here Are The Details

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With Amul and Mother Dairy increasing their prices of dairy products recently, Yog Guru Baba Ramdev has launched toned milk at an affordable rate in the market.

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With Amul and Mother Dairy increasing their prices of dairy products recently, Yog Guru Baba Ramdev has launched new products like toned milk, curd, table butter, lassi and buttermilk, at an affordable rate in the market.

Patanjali launched toned milk in some cities of India like Delhi-NCR, Haridwar, Jaipur, Maharashtra. The press release says that is cheaper 4 paise from Amul and Mother Dairy's toned milk. The price has been kept at Rs 40 per litre. Patanjali's toned milk will be available in 500 ml and one liter pack.

Patanjali founder Ramdev also said that Patanjali butter is 4 rupees costlier in comparison to other companies because it is the pure butter of the cow and there is no tinge of color in it. Baba Ramdev also gave a hint of launching herbal milk.

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Meanwhile, Patanjali Ayurved Limited's Managing Director, Acharya Balkrishna received the 'UNSDG 10 Most Influential People in Healthcare Award' on behalf of Patanjali Group of Institutions in Geneva yesterday.

"I am humbled to receive the prestigious @UNSDGHealth Award to ten most influential people in Healthcare on behalf of Patanjali Group of Institutions. This award is dedicated to all who contributed to mainstream Yoga and Ayurveda at the Global Level" tweeted Acharya Balkrishna."I feel proud when I put forth the culture, #Yoga_Ayurveda of India in front of the whole world and it accepts and listens carefully. I am really grateful to our sages that I got the opportunity to raise my voice in # UN, I am overwhelmed by your love and emotion," he said in a subsequent tweet.

The five keynote speakers of the UNSDG (United Nations Sustainable Development Goals) organisation included Randy Oostra, UNICEF executive director Henrietta H Fore, WHO director-general Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus,  Abe Lee and Acharya  Balkrishna.

Baba Ramdev termed the achievement as a moment of pride. "Acharya Balkrishna was invited to represent India. In context of global health, how lifestyle diseases can be treated with Yoga, Ayurveda and traditional Indian methods, Patanjali has contributed towards this. So, Acharya Balkrishna was awarded by UNSDG. We are proud," he said at a press conference in Haridwar.

Patanjali Ayurved is a company producing range Ayurvedic medicinal and personal care products, among other consumer items. Popular yoga guru Baba Ramdev co-founded the company along with Balkshrina. 

(With inputs from ANI)

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