The Omfed had recorded sale of its paneer to the tune of 5.93 lakh kg in 2014 whereas it increased to 12.97 lakh kg in 2015, posting a 118-per cent growth. In January this year, the sale was 1,63,840 kg and in February 1,80,328 kg.

Omfed sources said customers do appreciate this product in various festivities and ceremonies, apart from using it on day-to-day cuisine. It has got a self-life of 10 days of its packing under refrigerated condition. It contains proteins, calcium, carbohydrate, energy for body maintenance, stamina and energy in the body.


“I always trust Omfed Paneer for its best quality,” said Jyoti Bahuguna,a Hindi teacher of the Delhi Public School, Kalinga.

Looking at the demand of the customers, the Omfed has decided to enhance its paneer production to 2 lakh kg per day in all its dairies, said Omfed Managing Director Bishnupada Sethi.