Our Vision

Our main objective is to provide the consumer cooperatives in Maharashtra all essential commodities appropriately measured and at right price. Whenever there is any kind of scarcity of essential commodities in the market the MSCCF takes the lead to distribute such commodities.

1.Distribute necessary consumer goods through member consumer cooperatives in the State.

2.Assist the Government consumer cooperatives.

3.Act as principal trading agents to purchase goods directly from its producers.

4.Assist the State Government in wholesale purchase.

5.Control the administration of member consumer cooperatives in difficult situations and continue with direct consumer service.

6.Serve the consumers by opening new consumer depots where there are no depots.

7.When there is dearth of essential commodities, purchase and distribute commodities directly to consumers and control the market prices.

The Federation has successfully implemented the following schemes since 1964:

1.1975-85: The Federation, under NCCF. supplied the controlled cloth at reasonable price to its consumers.

2.1980-84: The Federation supplied low-price notebooks printed by Maharashtra State Bureau of Textbook Production, Pune to primary schools in the state.

3.To control Mumps in the State, the MSCCF distributed idoised salt to retail shops in Aurangabad and Jalna Districts.

4.The Federation purchases the goods seized by NCCF and distributes it to the member consumer cooperatives.

5.1983-90: Under the NCDC scheme of the Central Government, the Federation opened Distribution Centres at Taluka level so that the rural consumers can avail of essential commodities at reduced prices.

6.1983-2004: The Federation supplied woolen clothes on EMI basis to the employees of cooperative Sugar factories, cooperative credit societies, government and private companies in the State.

7.1989-1997: The MSCCF regularly supplied groceries, vegetables and other commodities for prisoners in jails in Maharashtra.

8.1970-84: The Federation bought Cloth in wholesale from the mills and sold it at reasonable price in the rural areas through consumer cooperatives.

9.The MSCCF, through NAFED, distributed American corns imported by the Central Government to Poultry farms in the State.

10.Kolhapur Division of the Federation produces and distributes chili powder and turmeric powder under the brand name Mayur Chaap.

11.2001-03: The Federation distributed rice to students of Standard 1 to 5 under the Mid-Day meal scheme.


1.Distribution of groceries and other essential commodities to Anganwadi projects from Tribal / Rural areas under the Integrated Child Development Scheme of the State Government.

2.Distribution of groceries and other essential commodities to Women Hostels and Juvenile Homes administered by Women and Child Development Department of the State.

3.Distribution of groceries, vegetables and other essential commodities to Hostels for backward classes and allied centres for ITI, physically challenged and visually impared administered by Social Justice Department of the State.

4.Supply of Office Stationary, Cloth, groceries, essential commodities, computer stationary, appliances, educational material, etc. to all the Government/Semi-Government offices and Government Corporations in the State.

5.Supply of groceries, food items, Stationary, Clothes, etc. to Government VidyaNiketan offices in the State.

6.Make quality medicines available by establishing Medicine Shops in the campus of Government Medical/Dental colleges and hospitals administered by the State Medical Education and Drugs Department.

7.Procure sugar at wholesale rate directly from sugar factories and make it available to residents of Mumbai Metropolitan Region through shops.

8.Supply of groceries, foodstuff, vegetables and office stationary to all Government Medical/Dental Colleges administered by the State Medical Education and Drugs Department.

8.Buy onion, vegetables, fruits and flowers directly from farmers and make them available for consumers at reasonable rates.

10.Sell accurately weighed quality goods at reasonable or discounted rates through the branches of its departmental store named Apna Bhandar; and also facilitate home delivery at no extra cost.

11.Provide groceries, foodstuff and FMCG to hostels in tribal areas.

Moreover, work in the interest of the consumers under various scheme declared by the State Government from time to time.

Head Office

87 - A, Raj Chambers, Fifth floor,
Devaji Ratanasi Marg,
Danabandar ,
Mumbai - 400 009.
Tel : 022-23480520