‘Milk women’ to become formidable delivery partners for Sid’s Farm

‘Milk women’ to become formidable delivery partners for Sid’s Farm
Sid's Farm intends to keep adding to this dedicated team of women delivery partners to make its working environment gender inclusive. The dairy firm is planning to increase this workforce soon

In a bid towards mainstreaming the women workforce, Sid’s Farm, a Telangana based premium dairy brand, has incorporated the first fleet of women delivery partners. The announcement was made on May 1st commemorating the International Labour Day, while successfully acknowledging the contribution of women in the service industry.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Kishore Indukuri, Founder and Managing Director of Sid’s Farm said, “We have seen some of our greatest breakthroughs come from our women employees. This is just another step at fulfilling our promise of making our organisation more conducive, nurturing, and gender-agnostic”.

“Women have always been an unbeatable force in the labour market. Acknowledging their power will definitely help us reach out to more customers while handling something as critical as early morning deliveries empathetically. We hope to break the conventional thought that only men do dairy deliveries. We have challenged the very term ‘Milkman”, he added.

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Sid’s Farm intends to keep adding to this dedicated team of women delivery partners to make its working environment truly gender-inclusive. While there are only seven women in the first group, the dairy firm is planning to increase this to a workforce of 50 women soon.

Spread over more than four acres of land, Sid’s Farm today has a 4000 sq ft milk processing facility along with a model dairy farm. While it has the best technology for dairy farming and dairy processing, the brand has positioned itself as a premium one, manufacturing products of superlative quality.

Sid’s Farm’s range of products includes skimmed milk, whole buffalo’s milk, whole cow’s milk, cow’s ghee, cow’s butter, buffalo’s butter, buffalo’s ghee, cow’s curd, buffalo’s curd and paneer.

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