Tate cautioned on sucralose prices; Q3 results don't surprise
In a competitive sucralose market, Tate & Lyle should price the sweetener keenly to ensure significant market share in the future, claims an analyst as the group releases ‘reassuringly dull’ Q3 results today.
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.
Ragus: questions remain over efficiency of Tate's Silvertown site
UK sugar manufacturer Ragus says that it could capitalise on developments at Tate & Lyle’s Thameside refinery in London, due to the facility's ageing infrastructure and gradual capacity declines.
Sucralose sales up as Tate & Lyle’s speciality ingredients show ‘solid demand’
Sales of Tate & Lyle’s speciality food ingredients were solid in H1 of 2010, claimed the firm in its half-year trading update, where sales of speciality sweeteners such as sucralose “remained steady”.
The proceeds from Tate & Lyle's sale of its EU sugar business should give bosses the firepower to develop an added-value food ingredients business of at least £500m, according to City analysts.
Niutang sets up sucralose sales office in UK
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.
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 completes CCI acquisition
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 targets better industry understanding
Tate & Lyle believes that developing a better understanding of
food manufacturing concerns will enable the company to deliver
better ingredient solutions.
Energy increases force Tate & Lyle price rise
Tate & Lyle's European food and industrial ingredients division
proposed increase of 10 to 15 per cent on new contracts for certain
products highlights again the impact of rocketing energy prices on
the ingredients market.
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
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: pricing rounds squeeze EU margins
Pricing rounds in the tough sweeteners market draw to a close with
UK starch and sweetener supplier Tate & Lyle expecting a slight
fall in margins for Europe.
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.