Tate & Lyle

Tate & Lyle reported an 85% rise in profit before tax (Flickr/Mike Mozart)

Tate & Lyle gains from weak pound in 85% profit rise

By Matt Atherton

Ingredients manufacturer Tate & Lyle reported an 85% rise in profit before tax in its full-year results, reflecting the weak value of sterling and an “excellent commercial and manufacturing performance”, it claimed.

Tate & Lyle's long-term story remained 'compelling', said Investec analyst Martin Deboo. Corn is one of the manufacturer's main ingredients

Tate & Lyle ‘compelling’ despite price: City

By Mike Stones

Tate & Lyle’s prospects remain encouraging despite the poor share price, news revealed today (October 4) in its trading update for the six months to September 30, says City analyst Investec.

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.

Microsphere technology cuts sodium

Microsphere technology cuts sodium

Tate & Lyle says its new salt reduction ingredient, Soda-Lo Salt Microspheres, enables manufacturers to reduce salt levels by up to 50% without sacrificing on a product's taste.

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.

Higher sugar prices boosted results at Tate & Lyle for the period ending December 31

Tate & Lyle results sweetened by sugar prices

By Dan Colombini

An increase in the price for iso-glucose, driven by strong sugar prices, has boosted results at Tate & Lyle, according to city analysts, following the firm’s latest trading update.

Sucralose yields soar at Tate & Lyle

Sucralose yields soar at Tate & Lyle

By Elaine Watson

Tate and Lyle’s decision to mothball its sucralose plant in McIntosh, Alabama, has “nothing to do with weak demand” but follows a scientific...

At the gold mine

At the gold mine

By Elaine Watson

Managing the historical site that processes Tate & Lyle's much loved Golden Syrup brand is no mean feat for Dr Ian Clark, who relishes the challenge of running this 'hi-tech working museum'

Hey, big spender

Hey, big spender

With $42M to spend on research and development, Dr Robert Fisher, Tate & Lyle's head of global R&D, spent a little time with Elaine Watson. They talked core competencies

Tate & Lyle extends US sucralose lawsuit

Tate & Lyle extends US sucralose lawsuit

By Elaine Watson

Tate & Lyle has filed an amended complaint to its lawsuit alleging patent infringements against its high intensity sweetener Splenda...

Light bite delights

Light bite delights

By Sarah Britton

Ingredients manufacturers are put to the test as snack processors demand salt and sugar substitutes to transform their naughty nibbles into tasty, but healthy treats. Sarah Britton looks at the latest developments designed to make mouths water

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