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5 ways we took our staycations

10 September 2020
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Staycation activities
School is returning in many parts of the world this month, but in this Covid-19 landscape it’s been a difficult time for many people who would ordinarily be returning to work fresh from a holiday. With borders, states and regions closed in many countries of the world, the opportunity to relax on...

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.

“They can feel it all over…”

27 August 2020
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Choir image
Introducing Tate & Lyle’s Global Choir, channelling Stevie Wonder during lockdown! With many colleagues currently working from home and missing out on important face-to-face contact, we’ve been finding ways to help our teams to stay connected outside of work meetings to keep spirits up, and create...

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.

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...

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...

Supporting in good times and bad: Playing our part to meet the hunger need

01 July 2020
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Community thank yous
As a global company with colleagues and facilities in over 30 countries, we embrace the responsibility we hold in building thriving communities. We see this role of working side-by-side for good as an essential part of how we live our purpose of Improving Lives for Generations.

How we’re upcycling food waste into new proteins and ingredients

26 June 2020
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Proenrich tomato residue
How can we put olive, tomato, citrus fruit and rapeseed meal residue to good use? Our Application & Technical Service Centre in Mold, North Wales, UK, is on a three-year journey with Bangor University collaborating on a project to make practical use of leftover food waste.

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...