Everest Instruments, a leading provider of dairy technology solutions, has launched its latest product, the Fatscan Milk Analyzer.
The Fatscan Milk Analyzer uses cutting-edge technology to provide accurate and efficient analysis of milk quality. This cost-effective device can measure FAT, SNF, Added Water, Density, Protein, and Lactose percentage in less than 30 seconds, the company said in a press release.
The Fatscan Milk Analyser was launched in the presence of National Dairy Development Board Chairman Meenesh Shah, Indian Dairy Association President RS Sodhi, Amul Dairy MD Amit Vyas, International Dairy Federation President Piercristiano Brazzale, eminent technocrats, IDA members, and dairy industry representatives.
“The Fatscan Milk Analyser uses state-of-the-art technology to deliver accurate and precise results in real-time and enables milk producers and processors to make informed decisions on milk quality and optimise their operations for improved efficiency and profitability. We are confident that the Fatscan Milk Analyser’s innovative technology will revolutionise the milk analysis industry,” said Ajit Patel, Managing Director, Everest Instruments.
The Fatscan Milk Analyser also gives a boost to the Make in India and Atma Nirbhar Bharat campaigns.
“Until now, milk analysers were imported from Europe. The Fatscan Milk Analyser is developed and made in India. We are confident that it will make a significant contribution to improving the quality and enhancing the safety of milk and milk products for consumers. The Fatscan Milk Analyser is a great production and a reflection of our commitment to serving dairy farmers and milk processors,” said Parimal Patel, Joint Managing Director, Everest Instruments.
The Fatscan Milk Analyser was exhibited at the 49th Diary Industry Conference and Exhibition from March 16 to 18 at Gandhinagar.
Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah, Union Minister of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying Parshottam Rupala, Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, and Gujarat Cooperation Minister Jagdish Vishwakarma unveiled the Fatscan Milk Analyser during their visit to Everest Instruments’ stall at the exhibition.
They lauded the product for contributing to Make in India by enabling import substation.
With its user-friendly interface and intuitive design, the Fatscan Milk Analyser is suitable for all users. The device is portable and can be used in a variety of settings, the release added.