Healthy Living

How can I eat well during lockdown?

27 May 2020
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Company Stories
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Eating well in lockdown - salad
Our dietary patterns are changing as we spend more time at home and inevitably more time in the kitchen. As the weeks pass we may find ourselves seeking recipe inspiration or looking for tips on efficient meal planning and grocery shopping or wondering if our new diets are healthy.

Tate & Lyle announces ambitious new environmental targets

21 May 2020
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environmental targets PR tile
New targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and eliminate coal from its operations, reduce water use, beneficially use all its waste, and maintain support for sustainable agriculture.

The low carb craze: what’s it all about?

04 May 2020
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Trends and insights
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Low-cal salad option
Low carb dieting is growing in popularity all over the world. But what does a low carb diet actually look like, what are the health benefits or side effects, and how can food and drink manufacturers respond to increasing demand for low carb products and related nutrition needs?

Tate & Lyle receives approval from Anvisa for PROMITOR® Soluble Fibre functional claim

20 April 2020
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Happy family enjoying healthy meal
São Paulo - 20 April 2020 - Tate & Lyle PLC (Tate & Lyle), a global provider of ingredients and solutions for the food, beverage and other markets, is pleased to announce that Anvisa (the Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency) has approved the claim that PROMITOR® Soluble Fibre “assists in the...

Tate & Lyle announces the publication of a gut health claim for PROMITOR® Soluble Fibre by FSANZ

31 March 2020
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Healthy consumer shopping APAC
Melbourne, Australia - 31 March 2020 - Tate & Lyle PLC (Tate & Lyle), a leading global food and beverage ingredients and solutions provider, is pleased to announce that Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has published the health claim that “PROMITOR® Soluble Fibre supports a positive...

#FoodHack2020: can wrinkled peas reduce the chances of people developing diabetes and cardiovascular disease?

05 March 2020
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Company Stories
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Mervyn at FoodHack2020 webtile
What’s so special about wrinkled peas? Peas can be wrinkled or round – and it’s their genetic composition that determines which. But it’s not only their shape that distinguishes them. Researchers at Imperial College London, the John Innes Centre, and Quadram Institute have found that wrinkled peas...

Food, healthfulness and sustainability

18 December 2019
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Company Stories
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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...

Tate & Lyle's innovative ingredients can help food and beverage manufacturers tackle global diabetes epidemic

14 November 2019
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Glycaemic response white paper
New glycaemic response white paper from Tate & Lyle explores the role food and beverage manufacturers can play in developing products that help consumers manage blood glucose while following dietary guidelines

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

14 November 2019
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Case Study
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Man with healthy protein bar on the go
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.

Tate & Lyle opens new Latin American headquarters and application centre in Brazil

06 November 2019
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Nick Hampton opens new Tate Lyle Latin America HQ
6 November 2019, Sao Paulo, Brazil: Tate & Lyle, a leading global provider of food and beverage ingredients and solutions, is pleased to announce the opening of its new and expanded Latin American headquarters in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in the Avenida das Nações Unidas in the southern zone of Sao Paulo.