'Not sustainable': Amul boss lambasts foreign 'dairy dumping' and 'highly processed' plant-based products as greatest dairy threats
The head of India's largest milk brand Amul has hit out at excess 'dairy dumping' from foreign countries and the recent rise of 'highly processed' plant-based dairy as major threats to India's largest agricultural sector.
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