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Tate and Lyle

Tate & Lyle

Tate & Lyle, a world leader in renewable ingredients, is a global company with operations in Europe, US and Asia. Tate & Lyle provides ingredients, ingredient-solutions and services to food, beverage and industrial customers. Our ingredients deliver functional benefits and enhanced qualities in products across a broad range of applications in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, paper, packaging and building industries.All of our ingredients are produced from renewable crops, predominantly corn (maize), wheat and sugar. Tate & Lyle has its roots in a number of well established companies, focused on sugars in Europe and Canada, wheat milling in Europe and corn milling in the US. Our ingredient portfolio includes sweeteners, high performance and basic starches, polyols, gums, sugars and SPLENDA® Sucralose.Tate & Lyle recently launched four new services: Tate & Lyle Create TM, Tate & Lyle Optimize TM, Tate & Lyle Rebalance TM and Tate & Lyle Enrich TM. These services help our customers create innovative new products, optimize costs, and rebalance the health profile or enrich the nutritional benefits of food and beverage brands without compromising on taste.

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GLOBAL PREFERENCES: TEXTURANTS PLAY A KEY ROLE.

GLOBAL PREFERENCES: TEXTURANTS PLAY A KEY ROLE.

Tate and Lyle | 16-May-2018 | Technical / White Paper

Texture is a matter of taste, and that’s true on a global scale as well. What appeals to consumers in Italy might turn off those in Indonesia. As formulators,...

Exploring Fiber Fermentation Profiles

Exploring Fiber Fermentation Profiles

Tate and Lyle | 27-Apr-2018 | Technical / White Paper

ProDigest developed the Simulator of the Human Intestinal Microbial Ecosystem (SHIME®), which explores the fermentation profiles of fibers and evaluates...

Fibre: the key to brightening your golden years

Fibre: the key to brightening your golden years

Tate and Lyle | Recorded the 02-Nov-2017 | Webinar

Hear about consumers’ attitudes towards health and aging and how fibre can contribute to the quality of their lives now and later.

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