Sustainability

3 ways to attract consumers to purchase more sustainable food

30 January 2024
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The deepening climate crisis has been stirring both awareness and concern amongst consumers globally. A change in consumer attitudes has been witnessed and points towards growing interest in adopting more sustainable lifestyles, but most struggle to do so. There is a real need to enable sustainable...

2023: Tate & Lyle Unwrapped

21 December 2023
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As we approach the end of the year, we reflect on some of the many milestones showcasing our commitment across 2023 to Science\ Solutions \ Society.

Our CFO sits at the sustainability table

03 October 2023
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Dawn Allen at Cop28 speaker panel
Ahead of next month’s United Nations Climate Change Conference, where global leaders and experts will meet in Dubai, UAE, to find solutions to tackle the climate crisis, Dawn Allen, Tate & Lyle’s Chief Financial Officer, joined peers at the Economist’s Countdown to COP 28 conference. Here, Dawn...

Plant-based products present long-term sustainable commercial opportunities

05 June 2023
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Shen Siung Wong, Director of Global Applications at Tate & Lyle, enlightens us on the development of the plant-based sector. This article was featured in Tate & Lyle’s digital report Protecting Planet and People through Ingredient Innovation published in Sustainability Magazine. Age-old plant-based...

The plant-based trend through a health lens

05 June 2023
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Tate & Lyle scientist demonstrating with jars of yoghurt
Making a food or drink that is plant-based is a way of making it healthier but, importantly, plant-based foods are not more nutritious than those containing animal-derived ingredients by default. That is determined by the salt, sugar, fat, calorie and micronutrient content.

Sustainable sourcing is a business obligation

05 June 2023
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Tate & Lyle’s Director of Sustainability Anna Pierce on partnering to drive positive impact through support for regenerative agriculture.

Expanding our focus on sustainable farming

14 December 2022
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Our commitment to supporting sustainable agriculture is fundamental to our overall ability to meet our environmental targets, because of the significant proportion of our impact on the climate that comes from agricultural raw materials.

Why we're all doing our bit for the planet

26 October 2022
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How can a company play its part in tackling the climate crisis without engaging its entire workforce and supply chain? The answer is that it can’t. Tate & Lyle’s sustainability team partners with colleagues across our global organisation, from manufacturing to commercial, to find ways to minimise...

Tate & Lyle supports sustainable growing practices in Mexico

13 January 2022
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Mexico City, Mexico 13 January 2022 – Tate & Lyle PLC (Tate & Lyle), a leading global provider of food and beverage ingredients and solutions, and Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos Mexico (NPH; Spanish for “Our Little Brothers and Sisters”), a charitable organization that provides a home for thousands of...

Nothing wasted – celebrating European Week for Waste Reduction

26 November 2021
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This week is European Week for Waste Reduction which aims to raise awareness around sustainable resource consumption and responsible waste management. As a company targeting net zero waste, this topic is important to us. A key consideration in all our operations is to minimise our environmental...