Texture

Visit us at Food Ingredients Asia in Jakarta

03 October 2018
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Food Ingredients Asia
You can give consumers the benefits they want and the irresistible taste they love. You simply need the right partner in the mix. Visit our Tate & Lyle booth at Stand No: A1.AA2 at Fi Asia in Jakarta, 3-5 October, and learn how we can help you craft innovative solutions that bring healthier, tastier...

Tate & Lyle Hosts Second Annual Expert Convening to Anticipate and Prepare for What’s Next in Food Texture Science

31 May 2018
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Poster sessions lead by Tate & Lyle scientists
Experts in texture science collaborate with food and beverage manufacturers to discover solutions to texture challenges of today with an eye towards tomorrow.

Tate & Lyle Receives Non-GMO Project Verification for 18 Starches, Including the Entire Line of CLARIA® Functional Clean-Label Starches

29 November 2017
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Tate & Lyle has achieved Non-GMO Project verification for 18 starch ingredients, including the entire line of CLARIA® Functional Clean-Label Starches.

Health considerations increasingly drives consumer decisions in Chinese dairy category

17 March 2017
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Trends and insights
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Yoghurt
Chinese consumers increasingly make dairy purchase decisions based on health benefits. Products with a lower fat content, reduced calories and added fibre, that maintain a luxurious texture, enable customers to address a variety of health and wellness concerns. Products with a lower fat content...

Does texture directly influence food enjoyment?

15 March 2017
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Trends and insights
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Replication of ‘crunchy’ sounds could influence our texture perception of food, even when the associated feeling is absent in the mouth. A recent study by the National Institute of Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Japan, reported on in food and beverage publication Food Navigator, found that...

The hidden benefits of fibre

07 March 2017
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Trends and insights
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Small child eating cereal at a table
Consumers around the world understand the digestive health benefits of fibre and want to increase their consumption of fibre. They are on the lookout for products that provide fibre but still deliver great taste and texture, while promoting the growth of beneficial gut bacteria. “Fruit and...