Sid’s Farm, a premium dairy brand based in Telangana has taken up a milky challenge in raising awareness around the consumption of pure and fresh milk. Sid’s firms’ Talent team has taken up the role to generate public consciousness around adulterated milk. They will conduct a live milk testing initiative every weekend in different stores in Hyderabad. Last week the campaign was successfully conducted in around 24 superstores in Hyderabad for the incoming customers for their detailed understanding of fresh and pure milk.
According to a study by US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), when children as well adults are exposed to antibiotics consumption, they are needlessly put at risk for health problems including C. difficile infection and dangerous antibiotic-resistant infections that can cause severe diarrhea which is responsible for several thousands of infections and deaths every year among children and adults.
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Highlighting the awareness drive, Dr. Kishore Indukuri, Founder and MD, Sid’s Farm said, “Nowadays, various types of antibiotics are being used worldwide in the veterinary sector indiscriminately for promotion of growth and treatment of livestock. Significant portions of antibiotics are released through the milk of dairy animals unaltered and exert serious harmful effects on human health. At Sid’s Farm, we tirelessly test every litre of milk for three classes of antibiotics apart from other adulterants every day. Every Saturday and Sunday, we are conducting this campaign to create awareness in the public perception, the detrimental effects of consumption of antibiotics, and the urgency of understanding pure, adulterant-free milk.”
“My team is continually committed to the production of superior dairy products and proudly claims that we sell 100 per cent hormone and antibiotic-free milk. We are also conducting live milk testing of our milk for the customers in selected stores,” he added.