READ SOME OF THE NEWS AND ARTICLES UNCOVERING THE PRACTICES OF MILK PRODUCERS AND COLLECTORS IN PAKISTAN THAT ARE LITERALLY KILLING INNOCENT PEOPLE.
WHY ARE WE DOING THIS?
To save the lives of thousands of children, we are working towards building and setting up a large dairy farm with at least 25 cows that would provide fresh and clean milk for the children of the local villages and surrounding areas and potentially create jobs for the locals.
At Youngson Dairy Farm, We’ve been trying our best to supply the safest and cleanest milk for the children of our village Youngsonabad, Pakistan. And, even though we have a long way to go, we are saving lives. Sadly, our supply far exceeds our demand and it’s still not enough to prevent the sale of chemically altered milk in our village and to it is still not enough to stop the effects of the poisonous milk on unsuspecting children and their parents.
Take a look at what milk collectors and milk producers in Pakistan are doing with milk to make money. Even if it means that innocent children are dying from their toxic concoction. We, at Youngson Dairy Farm, are working hard towards providing safe and clean milk to the children.
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LAHORE – As much as 80 per cent packed as well as unpacked milk is adulterated and contamination is posing serious health hazards to Lahorites, says data collected during five years by City District Government Food Department.
The alarming figure is still on rise despite the fact that the Punjab government notified pure food rules 2008 that are in line with the food safety measures in order to eliminate the sale of injurious and sub-standard edibles.
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Sunday, July 12, 2015
OKARA CITY NEWS: Two children died while three others fell unconscious after drinking poisonous milk at Gogera Town on Saturday. But that’s not the shocking part.
ISLAMABAD, Dec 3, 2010: Pakistan, the sixth largest milk producer in the world, actually produces 17 billion litres per year but more than double that quantity of diluted, adulterated and contaminated milk is consumed in the country. Untreated milk is purchased at Rs20 per litre from dairy farmers but packed milk is sold by local and multinational companies at Rs72 per litre.