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 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.
New sucralose supplier enters European market today
Food makers to see alternative supplies for sucralose as new
manufacturer for this booming sweetener hits European markets for
the first time, launching today in Amsterdam.
Tate & Lyle rebalances private label dairy desserts
Tate & Lyle is introducing two new ingredient systems under its
Rebalance range for desserts and sauces with reduced sugar or
Splenda ad slogans banned in France
A European court has said that the marketing of the sweetener
Splenda is misleading to consumers, and has ordered that its
advertising slogans be ceased.
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 ANZ expands regional presence
Tate & Lyle's new Australasian subsidiary is set to assume
responsibility from Danisco for the distribution of Krystar
crystalline fructose in the region.
Tate & Lyle forecasts 'lower than expected' Splenda sales
Tate & Lyle has predicted sales and profits of its Splenda
sucralose product to 'only modestly' increase due to a slower than
anticipated acceleration of uptake from major customers.
Tate and Lyle set to double sucralose production
Global ingredients manufacturer, Tate and Lyle, has announced that
expansion at its new artificial sweetener facilities is on target -
heralding an imminent boost in supplies to manufacturers.
US sugar industry wins round against Splenda
A federal court has dismissed a lawsuit brought by McNeil
Nutritionals, the marketer of Splenda, against the Sugar
Association, accusing it of false advertising.
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.
Sucralose sweetener to offset profit fall at Tate & Lyle
Sucralose supplier Tate and Lyle warns profits at its European
sugar refining business have been "substantially reduced"
due to higher costs and oversupplies.
NutraSweet to enter the sucralose market?
American sweetener business NutraSweet are attempting to challenge
the world monopoly that Britain's Tate & Lyle has over
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
Splenda fights back
Tate & Lyle's Splenda brand in the news again this week as
McNeil Nutritionals, the table-top supplier of this increasingly
popular sweetener, takes the US sugar industry to court.
Splenda faces new lawsuit in US
The US sugar association files a lawsuit against McNeil
Nutritionals, the supplier of successful sweetener Splenda,
following swiftly on from a complaint in November by US NutraSweet
Sweetener success brings award for Tate & Lyle
The boss of UK starch and sugar group Tate & Lyle, currently
enjoying booming sales for its sweetener 600 times sweeter than
sugar, has hooked the European Businessman of the Year award from
leading US business magazine Forbes.
Merisant and McNeil in court over Splenda
Merisant, the US maker of tabletop sweetener Equal and NutraSweet,
takes the marketer of sugar subsitute Splenda McNeil Nutritionals
to court, alleging advertising for the product is misleading.
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...