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A year of firsts as we celebrate our 160th birthday

19 December 2019
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Improving Lives for Generations is our company’s Purpose. It’s what we do, whether we’re helping our customers reduce sugar, calories and fat in their products or enriching them with fibre, discovering new ways to make great tasting, healthier food and drink, or investing in sustainable futures for...

Food, healthfulness and sustainability

18 December 2019
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Kirstie Canene-Adams discussing Allulose
Kirstie Canene-Adams, PhD, is a Senior Scientist with Tate & Lyle’s global nutrition team. She is based in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, US, and is responsible for our in vitro and clinical research for fibre, sweetener, and novel ingredients. Here are some insights from a month in the life of Kirstie,...

Celebrating our extraordinary people

17 December 2019
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EPA 2019 winners group shot with Nick Hampton
You don’t get to be 160 years old, like Tate & Lyle, without your extraordinary people continually doing extraordinary things. That’s why we host the Extraordinary People Awards , to recognise and celebrate our people who have gone above and beyond in their contribution to our business.

Meeting on-the-go and reduced-sugar trends in North America

14 November 2019
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There’s no denying that our lives are becoming busier. That’s one of the reasons on-the-go food and beverage products are experiencing growth in North America.

Reducing sugar in drinkable yoghurt in Latin America

14 November 2019
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Latin America has a rich history of dairy production and consumption. Milk and other dairy products are recognised as excellent sources of nutrition, but food and beverage manufacturers still need innovation to meet growing consumer needs.
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