Hindu Business Line reports talking to journalists, Raviraj Hegde, president of the Dakshina Kannada Milk Producers’ Union, said his organization would be the first in the cooperative sector in Karnataka to launch cold coffee in the market.
He said the coffee called Nandini Cold will have a shelf-life of 180 days. A 200 ml CPP (cast polypropylene) bottle of cold coffee will be priced at ?25.
The organization will also launch ‘Nandini Kashaya’ – a concoction of coriander, jeera, turmeric, dry ginger, black pepper, and jaggery in sterilised homogenised milk, each bottle will cost ?20. The Dakshina Kannada union is one of the 14 milk unions in the state that is part of Karnataka Milk Federation.