Tate & Lyle, P.L.C. plans to increase its emphasis on innovation and new products after finding success in its Promitor brand soluble fiber ingredients and stevia-based ingredients in recent years. A Food and Drug Administration ruling this year should open the way for more innovation in the company’s Dolcia Prima brand allulose, a rare sugar. Tate & Lyle wants to… Read more »
In line with the trend of Singapore’s transformation into leading-edge hub for food and beverage formulation in Asia-Pacific region, the leading food ingredient solutions provider Tate & Lyle has upgraded and doubled the size of its application centre in Singapore fulfilling the industry requirement for making food and beverages with lower sugar, fat and calories, and improve the taste. World… Read more »
Tate & Lyle has announced Dolcia Prima Crystalline Allulose, a line extension to Dolcia Prima Allulose, a low-calorie sweetening solution that is said to provide the full taste and enjoyment of sugar, but without all the calories.
The Lübeck Centre includes four large state-of-the-art pilot plants with dedicated areas for dairy, convenience, bakery and meat preparation.
Tate & Lyle, PLC has expanded its role as a global supplier of specialty ingredients. Now, the company is seeking better ways to keep its global customers supplied.
Tate & Lyle a leading global provider of speciality food ingredients and solutions, announces that it has acquired Biovelop, a Swedish manufacturer of oat beta glucan. Operating from a production facility in Kimstad (SE), Biovelop produces oat beta glucan under the brand name «PromOat» for use in the food, beverage and supplement markets and under the brand name «Avenacare» for use in the cosmetics industry.
Tate & Lyle opened its new Technical Service Center in Mexico City. The facility is part of Tate & Lyle’s extensive global network of innovation, application and technical service centers that provide application development, rapid prototyping and complete formulation, process and evaluation expertise to help food and beverage customers’ transition more quickly from product conception to market.
UK-headquartered food ingredients firm Tate & Lyle has opened its new Commercial and Food Innovation Centre in Chicago, Illinois, US.
The new 110,000ft² centre has been designed to develop new food and beverage products that meet the increasing consumer demand for health, convenience, value and taste, the company said. It will also help accelerate the process of introducing new products to the market.