Tate & Lyle gets green light to market PROMITOR soluble corn fiber in Canada.

By Elaine WATSON

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Tate & Lyle gets green light to sell PROMITOR corn fiber in Canada
Tate & Lyle has got the thumbs up from regulators to market its PROMITOR Soluble Corn Fiber 70 and 85 as sources of dietary fiber in Canada. 

PROMITOR, which is available in powder and liquid forms, is a transparent and highly soluble prebiotic fiber made from corn that can be labeled as 'soluble corn fiber' or 'maltodextrin' on pack. 

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It is also processing-, heat- and pH-stable and low in viscosity, making it suitable for multiple applications from fruit drinks, meal replacements, bars and cereals to snacks and dairy, says Tate & Lyle.

PROMITOR 70 (which has 70% fiber) has 2 calories per gram, while PROMITOR 85 (which has 85% fiber) has 1.2 calories per gram.

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