The Truth about A2 Ghee in India

The Truth about A2 Ghee in India

Ghee made from milk that contains only A2 beta-casein (protein) is called A2 GHEE. ghee made from milk that contains only A1 beta-casein or both A1 and A2 beta-casein is called A1 GHEE. only some native Indian breed buffalo have A2 beta-casein in their milk. milk containing A1 beta-casein is most commonly found in all commercial dairy products due to foreign breed buffalos and cross breed buffalos in India.

There are 40 certified breeds of indigenous buffalos in India, Of which only 3-4 breeds have a good milking capacity. The average milk production of all these buffalos is 8-10 liters per day. Very few buffalo breeders have buffalos, with a milking capacity of 15-20 liters per day, this type of buffalos is only a few thousand.

According to Dairy experts, due to the lack of grazing land and the principles of buffalo farming in India, the production cost of indigenous buffalo’s milk is approx 40 rupees/ liter. Against this, there are at least 25-30 liters of milk used to make 1 kg of ghee because of the very low fat in buffalo’s milk. According to this mathematics, the production cost of deshi buffalo’s ghee is a minimum of rs 1000-1200 rupees per kilogram. widely available commercial ghee in the Indian market called ‘DESI GHEE” is not A2 GHEE.

Kimmus Kitchen’s ghee is pure, natural, and farm fresh ghee, Made from organic grass-fed buffalo’s A2 milk. we work with only desi buffalo. We are passionate about Vedic culture we maintain our buffalos and our farm with values and methods described in our Vedas.


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