Nowadays consumption fo butter, ghee and paneer is very high.
Of course, a few varieties of unsalted butter are also available.
Butter: There are no manufacturers of cottage butter, as it
is called. Cottage butter can be described as that derived
from churning buttermilk. It has immense health benefits.
Paneer: Indians are large consumers of paneer- derived
by splitting milk. By heating milk, they will put lemon juice
one piece on milk, or otherwsie some will put salt to split
the milk, then they will filter without water, then it will
be cutting into pieces, that will be called paneer.
Every maker will have his own way to make paneer in a convenient
Ghee: It will come by heating Butter, then filted without
dust particles, then store it into small bottles to sell
in the market.
Traditional, homemade ghee or clarified butter, also has a
great market in India.
With milk- both from cow and buffalo in abundant supply, a small
scale manufacturing business to produce cottage butter, paneer
and ghee is sure to succeed.