Katraj Dairy was incorporated in 1960 with an intension of providing an organized facility of milk collection for the village level farmers situated in Pune district. Katraj Dairy started with milk collection of about 0.30 lakh (30.000) litres per day in the first year of operation and today, has steadily grown to over 2.00 lakh (0.20 million) litres per day and has a financial turnover of over Rs.250 crores
Katraj Dairy has acheived ISO 22000:2005 certification from Det Norskey Veritus.
Katraj Dairy with its nine chilling plants and 72 BMC spread almost all over the district has an installed milk handling capacity of over 5 lakh liters per day. The main plant of Katraj is equipped with modern Pasteurizer, homogenizer, Cream separator, Ghee processing, Milk Clarifier, Condense Milk Plant , Automatic packing of milk and milk products and other quality testing devices and well equipped labs. Katraj Dairy has an installed processing capacity of 2 lakh (0.2 million) liters per day.
Katraj dairy manufactures / Distributes milk and milk products like Pasteurized / Homogenized-Cow milk, Toned milk, Double toned milk, Standardized Milk, Full cream milk, Cow & Buffalo Cream and Ghee, Shrikhand, Amrakhand, Malai Paneer, Dahi, Flavoured Milk, Lassi, JeeraTak, Table Butter, Milk Powder, Softy Ice cream, Pedha, Khoa, sterilized milk in 200 ml bottle and hard Ice-cream with different flavours in different pack sizes and Mango, Anjeer & Malai Burfi, Kalakand & KajuKatali.
All these products are available at Katraj owned parlours at various locations in Pune City and through appointed distributors and retailing circuits. Very soon, Katraj plans to introduce an online ordering system for its distributors/ retailers and consumers.
Katraj products have been in use in thousands of homes in Pune since 1961. Katraj Milk, Katraj Ghee, Katraj Shrikhand, Katraj Amrakhand, Katraj Lassi, Katraj Jeeratak (buttermilk) , Katraj cream have made Katraj a leading food brand in Western Maharashtra. Today Katraj is a symbol of high-quality milk products sold at reasonable prices, the genesis of a vast co-operative network triumph of indigenous technology, the marketing of a farmers’ organization.