21-Apr-2015 By Caroline SCOTT-THOMAS
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.
02-Apr-2015 By Caroline SCOTT-THOMAS
Tate & Lyle said there was no change to its full year guidance in a trading update on Thursday morning.
Tate & Lyle sells Vietnamese sugar business
20-Apr-2011 By Ben Bouckley
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 pulls plug on prebiotic Stalactis Madrid launch
Dispatches from HIE 2010
19-Nov-2010 By Ben Bouckley in Madrid
Tate & Lyle has postponed the launch of its new digestive health ingredient Stalactis due to the uncertain EU regulatory environment.
Tate & Lyle to sell stakes in Saudi and Egyptian sugar refineries
27-Oct-2009 By Caroline Scott-Thomas
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.
Tate & Lyle positive on sucralose bounce back
02-Apr-2009 By staff reporter
Tate & Lyle has indicated that some recovery of sucralose sales towards the end of its financial year, and says it is making progress in yield and process improvements.
Tate & Lyle discusses how it presents ingredient concepts to customers around the world, using prototypes that will appeal to different cultural preferences.
Niutang sets up sucralose sales office in UK
02-Jul-2008 By Jess Halliday in New Orleans
Sweetener manufacturer Niutang Chemical is opening an office in the
UK in a bid to expand its share in sucralose, aspartame and folic
acid in this important geographical market.
Ingredients M&A round-up: 2007
18-Dec-2007 By Jess Halliday
2007 has seen a slate of mergers and acquisitions across the food
ingredients sector. FoodNavigator.com presents a round-up of who
now owns what.
Tate & Lyle says adios to Mexican sugar
09-Oct-2007 By Jess Halliday
Tate & Lyle has taken new measures to remove itself from
volatile commodity markets and refocus on value-added ingredients,
with a plan to sell its Mexican sugar business, Grupo Industrial
Azucarero de Occidente.
Tate & Lyle woos Asia with R&D drive
04-Oct-2007 By Jess Halliday
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 completes sale of Canadian sugar business
23-Apr-2007 By staff reporter
British ingredient giant Tate & Lyle yesterday completed the
sale of its Canadian sugar refining business, as the firm makes
another step away from the commodity end of the market.
Tate & Lyle grows value-added offering with GC Hahn buy
17-Apr-2007 By Jess Halliday
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
23-Mar-2007 By Anthony Fletcher
Tate & Lyle has announced a €4m investment to establish a
Wellness & Nutrition Centre in Lille, France.
Tate & Lyle confirms UK citric acid closure
12-Mar-2007 By Anthony Fletcher
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 sells Canadian sugar business
15-Feb-2007 By staff reporter
Tate & Lyle's agreement to the sale of its Canadian sugar
refining business represents another move away from the commodity
end of the market.
Tate & Lyle targets dairy drink boom
06-Feb-2007 By staff reporter
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 operational Down Under
03-Jan-2007 By staff reporter
Tate & Lyle's new subsidiary in Australia and New Zealand is
operational as of 1 January.
And finally... sweet success for Lyle's Golden Syrup
29-Sep-2006 By Anthony Fletcher
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
30-Jun-2006 By Stephen Daniells
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
30-Mar-2006 By Anthony Fletcher
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 completes CCI acquisition
24-Jan-2006 By Anthony Fletcher
Tate & Lyle's acquisition of US speciality food ingredients
firm Continental Custom Ingredients (CCI) could open new
opportunities in the value added dairy ingredients sector.
Tate & Lyle expands ingredients empire
05-Dec-2005 By Anthony Fletcher
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.
Pre-tax profit falls for Tate & Lyle on higher costs
Annual pre-tax profit falls for UK sweetener and starch group Tate
& Lyle as higher costs and a one off lawsuit charge eat into
turnover for the year, reports Lindsey Partos.
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
Tate & Lyle in brand link-up for breakfast bakery
In a new brand partnership tie-up, UK ingredients firm Tate &
Lyle hunts for growth in the competitive breakfast market raising
brand awareness for a new product that contains the company's
flagship golden syrup, reports...
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.
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.