Abu Dhabi Vegetable Oil Company (Advoc) has partnered with leading Indian consumer goods firm Patanjali Ayurved Limited to produce a range of vegetable oils for the Middle Eastern market.

Abu Dhabi Vegetable Oil Company (Advoc) has partnered with leading Indian consumer goods firm Patanjali Ayurved Limited to produce a range of vegetable oils for the Middle Eastern market.

Advoc would produce a range of sunflower, corn and canola oils for Patanjali under the Patajali name, a 1 November Trade Arabia report said. The edible oil would be available from November in 750ml, 1.8 litre and 5 litre packages across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region.

“I am thrilled that we are the preferred partner in edible oils for Patanjali in GCC,” said Advoc owner Dr B R Shetty. “This is an exciting start in the journey of providing benefits to consumers looking at quality edible oils under the reputable brand of Patanjali.”

Yoga guru and co-founder of Patanjali, Baba Ramdev, added: “Patanjali exists to offer quality products and services to its customers who are considered an extended family. Through the collaboration with Dr B R Shetty’s Advoc, we will constantly strive to improve our offerings for the benefit of all.”

Advoc was acquired by Dr B R Shetty in late 2016 as is part of BRS Ventures. It is a leading provider of edible oils in the Middle East region with flagship brands including Coroli, LiteLife, Sarola, Rooly and Amir and also operates an edible oil refinery in Abu Dhabi, UAE.