Healthy Living

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

17 July 2020
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Nutri-score rating logo over supermarket aisle
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...

Tate & Lyle launches new SWEETENER VANTAGE™ sweetener solution design tools

20 July 2020
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Iced tea drink with sweetener
15 July 2020, 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 SWEETENER-VANTAGE™ Expert Systems, a set of new and innovative sweetener solution design tools, together with an education programme...

A look inside the sports nutrition market – what are the latest consumer trends?

03 July 2020
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Trends and insights
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Cyclist drinking a sports nutrition beverage
Market Insights – July 2020. What counts as a sports nutrition product? Sports nutrition products are those which are designed to improve athletic performance, support muscle growth and/or aid recovery after exercise. They come in various forms, such as snack bars, shakes or powders, and can be...

What is the FODMAP diet and how can food and drink manufacturers help cater for those following it?

02 July 2020
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Carrots are low in FODMAPs
One in 5 adults develops Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) at some point in their lives. The FODMAP diet can help alleviate the symptoms of IBS, but it can be a challenge for those following it to get enough fibre. By developing low FODMAP products and adding easily digestible, FODMAP-free fibres, food...

Experience the extraordinary with Tate & Lyle at SHIFT20 in July

13 July 2020
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Events
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SHIFT20 IFT event
For several years, we’ve played an active part in the Institute of Food Technologists’ (IFT) annual meeting and Food Expos, and we’re delighted to be doing so again this year, with one difference…

Fibre enrichment can help save lives

25 June 2020
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fibre enrichment applications
Tate & Lyle’s new study shows the potential public health gains of adding more fibre to certain popular foods, including: More than doubling the number of young children in the UK getting the fibre they need each day 1 Enabling 52.5% more UK adults to consume the recommended amount of fibre 2 This...

Fuelling a sporty lifestyle: how do nutrition needs differ when you exercise a lot?

18 June 2020
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Sports nutrition cyclists
Good nutrition is essential to support an active lifestyle. Those who do a lot of sports or exercise have different nutritional needs compared with those who are less active. Here, we look at three key areas where an athlete or regular gym-goer’s nutritional needs differ from those of the general...

How can I eat well during lockdown?

27 May 2020
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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?