Healthy Living

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.

Webinar: European Bakery Industry Report findings

21 January 2021
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Bakery report webinar
Did you know that our recent report on the European bakery industry found that reduced sugar and calorie products are the biggest driver of business growth, following heightened consumer awareness in health and wellbeing?

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?

15 December 2020
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Chocolate trends
For many of us, indulgent food and drink becomes a staple during the holiday season, as we turn to our favourite products for moments of pleasure and celebration in the lead up to the New Year. Chocolate is an indulgent product, loved by consumers world-wide. But, with health and wellness galloping...

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...

Plant proteins vs animal proteins: what does the science say and what does the market say?

01 October 2020
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Examples of plant protein sources
As the global population grows, so does the demand for protein. It is widely believed that meeting this demand with animal protein alone is not sustainable and large-scale animal farming raises all kinds of environmental and sustainability concerns. So are plant-based proteins the no-brainer...

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.

New papers capture the latest thinking on nutrition research and reformulation practices

03 September 2020
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British Nutrition Foundation scientific research papers
Tate & Lyle supports British Nutrition Foundation’s research series supporting public health around sugars and sat fat reduction, fibre enrichment, and plant-based protein.

Achieving an A-grade Nutri-Score rating for protein bars

18 August 2020
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Case Study
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Nutri-score rating logo over supermarket aisle
The Nutri-Score front-of-pack rating system is already in use in several European countries and set to be adopted more widely. With the German government having now also issued a recommendation that food and drink manufacturers use the Nutri-Score rating system on their product packaging, it has...

What is Nutri-Score and why should food and drink manufacturers work towards better ratings?

17 July 2020
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Nutriscore
What is Nutri-Score? Nutri-Score is a food rating system used in a number of European countries that shows the nutritional value of a food or drink. The rating goes from A (dark green) to E (dark orange), with A being the best score and E the lowest. The rating must be displayed clearly on the front...