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Tate & Lyle PLC

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Tate & Lyle PLC
1 Kingsway
London
WC2B 6AT
United Kingdom
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ACTIVE CATEGORIES

fat replacers; fibers; hydrocolloids, stabilisers and gelling systems; nutraceutical and functional food ingredients; starch and starch products; sweeteners (non-sugar)



Tate & Lyle: Our Ingredients - Your Success

Sweeteners, Texturants, Fibres, Stabilisers and Functional Systems

Tate & Lyle is a global provider of ingredients and solutions to the food, beverage and other industries, operating from over 60 locations around the world. Through our large-scale, manufacturing plants, we turn raw materials into distinctive, high quality ingredients for our customers. Our ingredients and solutions add taste, texture, nutrition and increased functionality to food and beverage products that millions of people around the world consume every day.

Tate & Lyle’s ingredients platforms are centred on nutritive and low and no calorie sweeteners, texturants, and soluble fibres to meet evolving dietary trends. Our stabilisers and functional systems are ingredient blends that ensure foods retain their structure.

If you are in the food or beverage industries, we are the partner for you. From 18 innovation and application centres worldwide, we support your business with our innovative and highly functional ingredients and food systems, our unique customised services and our exceptional technology consultancy from new product innovation to final on shelf products.

As one of the longest standing and leading manufacturers of ingredients, we have a long history of helping our customers differentiate and add value.

Find out how Tate & Lyle can help your business.



Articles On Food Ingredients First
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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Azelis partners with KMC to expand nutrition presence in New Zealand

01 Aug 2022 --- Azelis has extended its distribution agreement with KMC, a potato-based ingredients provider. With the addition of KMC’s portfolio of potato starches and proteins, Azelis... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Weekly Roundup: Phytolon secures US$15M to advance natural food colors, Barry Callebaut’s head of gourmet resigns

08 Jul 2022 --- In this week’s industry news, Phytolon secured US$14.5 million to advance its fermentation technology of natural food colors, and Vaess developed a vegan melting cheese.... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Azelis spritzes up global flavors & fragrances portfolio with Ashapura Aromas acquisition

27 Jun 2022 --- Global specialty chemical and ingredients provider Azelis has signed an agreement to acquire Ashapura Aromas, a distributor of ingredients in flavors & fragrances in India... Read More

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NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

Tate & Lyle banks on prebiotic potential as Quantum deal is finalized

09 Jun 2022 --- Acknowledging heightened activity in the oligosaccharides market for gut health, food ingredient supplier Tate & Lyle has completed the acquisition of Quantum Hi-Tech, a key... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Weekly Roundup: Unilever “warms up” ice cream freezers, Firmenich secures majority stake in ArtSci Biology Technologies

06 May 2022 --- In industry news this week, Firmenich gained majority ownership of ArtSci Biology Technologies to grow Chinese market capabilities, while Darling Ingredients agreed to acquire... Read More




Videos
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Allulose as a trending bulk sweetener

11 Jun 2019 --- The US mainstream commercial adoption of allulose looks closer than ever after the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it will allow the low-calorie sweetener to be excluded from total and added sugars counts on Nutrition and Supplement Facts labels when used as an ingredient in April 2019. “Allulose has been approved for some time, but until now allulose has been labeled as a sugar and as an added sugar because it is a rare sugar. But it has relatively low calories at just 4 calories per gram. Until now there has never been an issue like to this for the FDA to contend with: a sugar without calories. We recognized some 4 years ago that we needed to overcome that because consumers are not just looking for calorie reduction, but also for sugar reduction,” Abigail Storms at Tate & Lyle says.

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Meeting new demands around sugar reduction

11 Jan 2019 --- Tate & Lyle presented various reduced sugar concepts with stevia extracts at HiE 2018. Products included a lychee red fruits juice drink with Intesse Stevia 2.0 and a thousand island dressing containing a sweetener blend including a stevia/sucralose blend with the company’s HAMULSION emulsifier. Also presented was a reduced sugar coffee latte creation. With OPTIMIZER Stevia 4.10 and INTESSE Stevia 2.0, producers have more tools to deliver cost-efficient sugar and calorie reductions across their product ranges, meeting growing consumer demand for great tasting, plant-based products that support weight management.

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New partnership on stevia based ingredients

18 Sep 2017 --- Tate & Lyle and Sweet Green Fields’ new partnership portfolio of innovative stevia ingredients and solutions was presented for the first time. To help manufacturers tap into the growing trend for sugar reduction and sweeteners from a natural source, Tate & Lyle showcased a special menu to inspire them to use its comprehensive new range of stevia sweeteners. Tate & Lyle and Sweet Green Fields unveiled its comprehensive range of stevia ingredients, which reduce calories cost-effectively in food and drinks, while retaining the same great taste. 

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New Platforms in Texture

10 Jul 2017 --- Tate & Lyle is looking to explore an unexploited gap around texture in food product development. "Texture is one of the least understood attributes built into foods and because of that we have been sharing our expertise in texture in how it relates to starch, but more importantly in terms of formulating ingredients into food systems and characterizing them in terms of sensory & consumer facts is really key to getting the outcomes that people really want," says Judith Whaley of Tate & Lyle.  

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150 Years of Innovation at Starch Facility

20 Jun 2017 --- This year marks the 150-year anniversary of Tate & Lyle’s oldest starch production facility, known as “Koog,” located along the Dutch River Zaan. Continuously looking to make the next steps in terms of meeting market demands for specialty food ingredients, Tate & Lyle is currently expanding Koog with an eye on further ramping up production of its clean label solutions, and these added facilities are slated to be completed before the end of the year. 




Technical Papers
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Fibre Advantage – Unlock the Benefits of Fibre Like Never Before

05 Nov 2015 --- The growing awareness of the health benefits of fibre, has prompted consumers to become more conscious of food and beverage products that contain added fibre. Learn what consumers are looking for and how Tate & Lyle’s fibre portfolio addresses manufacturer challenges, to deliver the great taste consumers expect while moving them toward better nutrition.

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Beverages Made Better with Oat Beta Glucan

29 Jun 2015 --- Functional beverages are increasingly becoming part of a healthy lifestyle for consumers around the world. Fibre-fortified beverages continue to grow and provide consumers a viable option to fill their fibre intake gap. Learn why oat beta glucan can be an appealing option for manufacturers developing fibre-fortified beverage applications.

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Three insights to food and beverage product success

21 Mar 2014 --- Consumers are continually changing their tastes and habits. As food and beverage professionals, you’re under pressure to keep up. From trends to taste to trusted partnerships, Tate & Lyle provides end-to-end insight into developing products that not only meet – but also exceed – consumers’ expectations.




Articles On The World of Food Ingredients
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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

View from the Top: Olivier Rigaud, President, Speciality Food Ingredients, Tate & Lyle

01 Dec 2010 --- Tate & Lyle’s sale of its molasses business in November means that the company is increasing its focus on speciality food ingredients. In May 2010, Tate & Lyle announced a refocus, whereby the Specialty Food Ingredients business would be the key focus for investment and growth.




Podcasts
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WEEKLY PODCAST: Greencore Strikes a Deal to Buy Peacock Foods in a Bid to Strengthen its US Business

16 Nov 2016 --- Irish food-to-go supplier Greencore has struck a $588m deal to buy Peacock Foods in a bid to strengthen its US business. Greencore - one of the world's largest sandwich manufacturers - says the takeover will deliver cost savings of around $15m by 2019. Peacock is seen as a strong player in the US frozen breakfast sandwich market and has long-standing relationships with industry leaders including Kraft Heinz and Tyson Foods. Other companies mentioned are Unilever, Tate & Lyle and ABF. 

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WEEKLY PODCAST: DuPont Nutrition & Health Announce Investment to Expand Capacity in the US

07 Nov 2016 --- DuPont Nutrition & Health has announced a significant investment to expand their probiotics production capacity in the US. The investment is the second phase of a broader probiotics expansion project due to the rapidly growing global demand for probiotics. The second phase which is scheduled to span over two-years, represents an investment of approximately $100 million, and increases the company’s probiotics production capacity by an additional 70 percent. Other companies mentioned are Kraft Heinz, Unilever and Ornua. 

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The Week in Business (25 July 2016)

24 Jul 2016 --- General Mills is slashing nearly 1,300 jobs as it closes a number of manufacturing sites due to falling demand for its soups and fruit snacks. The cuts are on top of the 3,500 other cuts announced since 2014 by General Mills. Other companies mentioned are Tate & Lyle, Premier Foods, AB InBev and Greencore.

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Podcast: The Week in Business (30 May 2016)

30 May 2016 --- Monsanto has rejected Bayer's opening takeover bid of $62bn as too low but said it is "open to continued and constructive conversations”. Monsanto’s rejection was expected by analysts, but the wording of Monsanto's statement could encourage Bayer to come back with a higher bid. Other companies mentioned are Coca-Cola, Cargill and Tate and Lyle.




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