Tate & Lyle has announced a restructuring that will see it make changes to its struggling Splenda sucralose business and exit most of its European Bulk Ingredients business.
Tate & Lyle sells Vietnamese sugar business
Tate & Lyle announced today that it has agreed to sell its Vietnamese sugar business in a cash deal worth £33m subject to regulatory approval.
Tate & Lyle heralds functional future
Tate & Lyle is dramatically increasing work on a wide range of functional ingredients after founding its Speciality Food Ingredients Business in 2010.
Tate & Lyle to sell stakes in Saudi and Egyptian sugar refineries
Tate & Lyle has reached an agreement to sell its minority stake in sugar refineries in Saudi Arabia and Egypt to Saudi-based sugar refiner Savola, the companies have said.
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Tate & Lyle woos Asia with R&D drive
Tate & Lyle has opened a new research and development centre in
Shanghai, China to help manufacturers develop food products that
are targeted to the preferences of Asian consumers.
Tate & Lyle grows value-added offering with GC Hahn buy
Tate & Lyle has signed an agreement to acquire an 80 per cent
holding in German family-run specialty ingredients firm GC Hahn -
the latest step in a refocusing on value-added ingredients in place
Tate & Lyle launches 4m R&D centre
Tate & Lyle has announced a €4m investment to establish a
Wellness & Nutrition Centre in Lille, France.
Tate & Lyle confirms UK citric acid closure
Tate & Lyle will cease production of citric acid at is UK plant
at the end of the month following the completion of an employee
Tate & Lyle targets dairy drink boom
A range of functional ingredients solutions has been launched by
Tate & Lyle, as it looks to capitalise on consumer demand for
healthy yoghurts and dairy drinks.
Tate & Lyle offers nutrient-enriched, tasty prototypes
Tate & Lyle is introducing a new formulation service that
facilitates the addition of nutrients to food products, but without
compromising on taste - an all-important factor in persuading
consumers to switch to healthier alternatives.
And finally... sweet success for Lyle's Golden Syrup
The famous Lyle's Golden Syrup tin, familiar to millions of UK
consumers, has been named by the Guinness World Records as the
world's oldest branding.
Tate & Lyle launches compressible dextrose for candy, tablets
Tate and Lyle has announced the launch of Meritab - a new direct
compressible dextrose that can be used in confectionary,
nutraceutical and pharmaceutical applications.
Tate & Lyle shares slide despite encouraging update
Tate & Lyle's latest trading update is encouraging, but it
underlines how challenging life is in the shadow of the EU's new
Tate & Lyle expands ingredients empire
New acquisitions announced today by Tate & Lyle underline the
UK group's strategy of achieving a truly diverse added value
Tate & Lyle roadshow boosts market stature
UK sweetener supplier Tate & Lyle announces it will host a
series of presentations to American investors over the coming days,
news that sees the firm's shares jump.
Rumours of Tate & Lyle patent expiry to cut costs of sucralose?
Food makers could soon reduce costs for popular sweetener
sucralose, as analysts suggest key patents held by the market
leader Tate & Lyle may soon come to an end, reports Lindsey
New emulsifier from Tate & Lyle launched as caseinate alternative
UK sweetener maker Tate & Lyle launches an emulsifying wheat
protein onto the market for coffee creamers claiming the product is
a fitting, and cheaper, alternative to caseinates, reports
Tate & Lyle buys South African ingredients business
UK sweetener firm Tate & Lyle strengthens its position in the
South African ingredients market, buying up small ingredients
supplier Dolcre for €1.9 million.
Singapore wins over Tate & Lyle for new venture
Strong campaigning by a top Singapore authority has lured UK sugar
giants Tate and Lyle to choose Singapore as the home of its new £97
million sucralose factory, as the firm looks to launch its zero
calorie, sugar-based sweetner across...
Tate & Lyle makes sweetener settlement
Ending a long running lawsuit the US unit of UK starch and sugar
group Tate & Lyle will pay out £55 million (€89m) to settle an
anti-trust lawsuit on high fructose corn syrup, a popular sweetener
used by soft drinks giant Coca-Cola...
Tate & Lyle to up sucralose output
Tate & Lyle, the British sugar and starches group, is to expand
production of the sweetener sucralose at its plant in the US to
meet increased demand for its Splenda brand.