Sucralose

The soft drinks tax is driving the pace of reformulation to reduce sugar

Drinks brands compete on sweetness

By Paul Gander

The looming sugar tax is accentuating differences among drinks manufacturers over how sweetness levels can be achieved and – in some cases – what those levels should be.

Artificial sweeteners may raise appetite levels

Sweeteners ‘make people eat more’

By Noli Dinkovski

Mounting evidence that artificial sweeteners can raise appetite levels, and lead to increased calorie intake, has been backed up by a major new study that claims to show for the first time why this response occurs.

Ahmed: 'Steady flow of new products'

Tate & Lyle faces £125M in costs for restructure

By Rod Addy

Tate & Lyle has announced a restructure of its international ingredients business, which focuses it on its Speciality Food Ingredients (SFI) division in Europe and will cost £125M.

Tate & Lyle supplies sweeteners such as stevia for a range of industrial applications

European sweetener demand boosts Tate & Lyle

By Rod Addy

European sweetener demand and ingredients volume growth lifted Tate & Lyle’s interim results, offsetting weak US figures, according to the multi-national ingredients processor.

Tate & Lyle has announced its results for the period ending March 31

Starch boosts sales at Tate & Lyle

By Dan Colombini

Stronger industrial starch margins in Europe have boosted sales at sweeteners manufacturer Tate & Lyle following the announcement of the firm’s full year results.

Splenda performance: High intensity sweetener volumes were particularly strong, up 17% on the first half of last year

High-value ingredients boost Tate & Lyle results

By Lynda Searby

Tate & Lyle has delivered a solid first-half performance thanks to strong by-product returns, high-volume sucralose sales and performance-focused measures implemented under its new chief executive.

Acquisitions could prove sweetener for Tate: City

Acquisitions could prove sweetener for Tate: City

By Ben Bouckley and Anne Bruce

City analysts believe that Tate & Lyle could pursue growth via acquisitions, rather than in-house development, as they discussed the firm’s first quarter trading update yesterday.

Sugar 
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Sugar 
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Keeping consumers sweet and healthy is a tricky business when it comes to reducing sugar in food, reports Hayley Brown

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