Fibre

How a little bit of fibre can boost the Nutri-Score rating of your European dairy products

09 March 2021
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Nutri-Score ratings continue to help consumers around Europe to make healthier, more informed choices about the food and drink they buy. The simple and colourful A-to-E (A being the best, and E the worst) front-of-packaging label is providing a guide to weighing up the most nutritious options on the...

New additions to our North American Prototype Pantry

04 February 2021
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Prototype Pantry collage of chocolate shrub drink and ice cream
New year, new prototypes! To kick off 2021 we have a refreshed Prototype Pantry, with some new, out of the box concepts courtesy of the North American Applications and Technical Service team in our Food and Beverage Solutions Division. We continually show our customers that it is possible to deliver...

Tate & Lyle launches Fibre University to share fibre fortification expertise with formulators

01 February 2021
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fibre fortified yoghurt
1 February 2021, London, UK – Tate & Lyle PLC (Tate & Lyle), a leading global provider of food and beverage solutions and ingredients, is pleased to announce the launch of Fibre University, a new online modular course designed to help formulators and food scientists solve even the toughest fibre...

Webinar: Fibre University™ module 1 - Fibre fundamentals

10 February 2021
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Fibre university module one
In an age where most people around the world aren’t getting enough fibre in their diets, there is a real opportunity for food and beverage manufacturers to provide fibre-fortified options for consumers. According to our proprietary research, as many as 52% of consumers1 want to increase their fibre...

Partnering with Nestlé to address Brazil’s fibre gap

18 January 2021
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Addressing the fibre gap in Brazil with Nestle
As in many countries worldwide, consumers in Brazil do not get enough fibre from their diets. In fact, even when compared with other Latin American countries such as Mexico and Chile, consumption is particularly low and well under the recommended 25g per person per day.

How and why to increase daily fibre intake

14 January 2021
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Oatmeal fortified with fibre
You’re probably not consuming enough fibre! According to the World Health Organization, adults should eat at least 25 grams of fibre per day – but the reality is that most people are not getting enough, and in many cases nowhere near enough.

Healthier chocolate – a dream or reality?

30 March 2021
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Chocolate easter eggs
Whether in chocolate Easter egg form, cooling summer choc-ices or warming winter hot chocolate, there’s year-round demand for our favourite chocolate treats all over the world. Chocolate is an indulgent product, loved by consumers world-wide. But, with health and wellness galloping ahead as the mega...

A sneak peek at our North American Prototype Pantry

26 November 2020
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Sweetened drink, glass of plant-hybrid milk and meat tot snack
At Tate & Lyle, we believe that tasting is believing and what better way to support and engage with our customers than by tasting prototypes - even virtually!

Webinar: Understanding the power of prebiotic fibre in gut health, digestive support and overall wellbeing

12 November 2020
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Prebiotic fibre webinar
Consumers are more focused than ever on their health and are searching for consumer-friendly, clean tasting products that support digestive health and overall well-being. This provides a unique opportunity for food and beverage formulators to deliver functional benefits and help increase consumer...

Fibre – benefits beyond the gut

02 September 2020
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Fibre benefits beyond the gut
Did you know that our PROMITOR® Soluble Fibre has been shown to help the body absorb more calcium and our bones retain additional calcium? This is especially important for growing adolescents and women after menopause.