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Type Soft drink
Manufacturer Mehran Bottlers (Pvt) Ltd, Gul Bottlers (Pvt) Ltd
Distributor Ghazi Company B.V. in the Netherlands and Europe.
Country of origin Pakistan
Introduced 14 August 1950; 66 years ago (14 August 1950)
Colour Green
Flavour Ice-cream Soda
Variants Orange Soda, Lemonade, Ice-cream Soda, Lychee, Fresh Lime, Apple Sidra, Raspberry, Jucina and Fruitina.

Pakola is a line of flavoured carbonated soft drinks originating from Pakistan, the product name is derived from "Pakistan Cola".


Pakola was launched in Pakistan on 14 August 1950, by Haji Ali Muhammad. [1] The Pakola brand name is owned by Teli family. In 2007, the Teli family sold its rights to the Leghari family. Today the Leghari family who previously owned Sukkur Pepsi, own the rights to Pakola nation wide with the exception of Karachi city.


Although the green drink, "Pakola Cream Soda", became the company's trademark product, several variants have since been introduced, namely, Pakola Lychee, Pakola Orange, Pakola Raspberry, and Pakola Fresh Lime.[1] Pakola has also launched a milk range produced by Pakola Products Limited.


Pakola is currently produced by two companies, Mehran Bottlers and Gul Bottlers. [1]


Pakola is one of the few beverages manufactured in Pakistan that is exported globally. [1]

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  1. ^ a b c d "Corporate Profile : Mehran Bottlers (Pvt.) Ltd.". 2009. Retrieved 2014-06-28. 

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