Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami has launched a string of projects, including an ultra-modern milk pasteurising unit and a 200-bed hospital.
According to a state government release, the pasteurising unit constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 34 crore at suburban Sozhinganallur was inaugurated through video conferencing from the State secretariat in Chennai.
“Milk procured by state-run dairy products major Aavin would be pasteurised at the unit and sold in sachets of 200 ml, 500 ml and one litre quantity and will have a shelf life of 90 days under room temperature,” it said.
The move was in line with the government’s aim of providing quality milk to consumers by bettering the related infrastructure, it added.
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