Amul, otherwise known as Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation, is the largest dairy cooperative in India. Daily, Amul procures 23 million litres of milk from 18,700 village societies, formed of 18 member unions across 33 districts and 3.6 million unique milk producers. It processes and produces milk, ghee, butter, health beverages and cheese products, among others, primarily for the Indian market.
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Amul is active in the animal proteins and the food and beverage manufacturers and processors segment. In both segments, it sits on the bottom quarter of rankings, due to lack of evidence of policies or programs for improvement or positive impact in the environment, strategy and governance measurement areas, as well as a complete lack of disclosures on human rights.
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