Tate & Lyle Expands Portfolio of Texturants With 17 Non-GMO Starches

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19 May 2017 --- Tate & Lyle PLC have introduced 17 new non-GMO starches with the same functionality as their traditional counterparts. This is part of an ongoing program of non-GMO ingredient expansions across Tate & Lyle’s texturants, fiber enrichment and sugar and calorie reduction portfolios.

Commenting on the expansion, Werner Barbosa, Global Platform Leader, Texturants at Tate & Lyle said: “In the past three years, non-GMO product sales in the US have grown by 270%.  At Tate & Lyle, we are committed to providing manufacturers with solutions which respond to consumer demands. Therefore, we are delighted to be able to provide our customers with a range of non-GMO options, alongside our existing starches, to help them deliver extraordinary food with great taste and texture.”

Speaking to FoodingredientsFirst, Barbosa said: “Non-GMO labeling of food and beverage products is increasing due to changing consumer preferences. In fact, over the past three years, non-GMO product sales have grown by 270% (IRi, 2017). To meet this growing consumer demand, Tate & Lyle offers non-GMO options across the company’s fibers, sweeteners and texturants portfolios to assist food and beverage manufacturers with developing products that align with the market needs.” 

“However, with increased demand comes increased need,” continues Barbosa. “Currently Tate & Lyle provides Click to Enlargemanufacturers a wide range of non-GMO products and will continue to expand to meet the needs of consumers. Our team of experts is dedicated to delivering extraordinary results as consumer demands and regulatory dynamics impact the food and beverage industry.”

According to Barbosa: “The launch of 17 non-GMO starches with the same functionality as their GMO counterparts to help customers create extraordinary food textures – all while delivering label-friendly options to consumers.”

He also adds: “We have also expanded the CLARIA Functional Clean-Label Starches line with the introduction of CLARIA Bliss Tapioca-Based Starches. CLARIA Bliss enables manufacturers around the globe to formulate products with cleaner labels while maintaining excellent taste, texture, color and performance.” 

“This is part of an ongoing program of non-GMO ingredient expansions across Tate & Lyle’s, texturants, fiber enrichment, and sugar and calorie reduction portfolios.”

“Instead of focusing on specific products outside of our portfolio, we prefer to concentrate on the wide range of highly functional, non-GMO starch solutions we offer to manufacturers to address a number of their clean-label formulation challenges,” he explains. “We are committed to working side by side with our customers to help them create the most extraordinary eating experiences.”  

Whether it’s creating sugar-free cakes that don’t crumble or low-fat yoghurts with indulgent texture, manufacturers need starches to deliver the food experiences consumers demand. Using starches to deliver the right balance of taste and texture is often one of the most complex formulating challenges in yoghurts, soups, sauces and dressings. The combination of Tate & Lyle’s deep formulation expertise and ingredient portfolio is tailor-made to provide food manufacturers with the right solutions.

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Examples of the non-GMO starches being introduced are:  

  • REZISTA NG cook-up starch, which provides superior process stability and smooth texture, making it ideal for puddings, dairy products, condiments, sauces and dressings.  
  • X-PAND’R NG instant starch gives baking and snack manufacturers dough machinability and crispy, crunchy textures in their crackers, chips and snacks.  
  • MAXI-GEL NG cook-up starch can help with moisture management by creating smooth textures in yoghurts, soups, sauces and dressings, and superior freeze-thaw stability in frozen meals.

As Tate & Lyle continues to introduce more non-GMO offerings, maintaining the highest standards of certification from farm to factory is a key priority. For this purpose, Tate & Lyle uses a combination of two of the most reputable third-party certification bodies: SGS International and Eurofins.

by Elizabeth Green

 

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