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What is allulose?

02 June 2021
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Hard candy sweets with allulose
Allulose is a rare sugar found in nature in very small quantities. What makes it different is that has a very similar taste and texture to sugar, but only a fraction of the calories. This makes it an ideal choice for those seeking to maintain a healthy weight as well as for those with diabetes or on...

Collaborating with Coca-Cola to bust myths in Brazil

28 May 2021
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Smiling woman eating yoghurt
New digital education series shares science on low and no calorie sweeteners. Visit any bakery, supermarket or café in Brazil and you’ll see that the nation’s longstanding love affair with sweet treats remains in full flourish. With its Portuguese influence and place in the historic global sugar...

The benefits of stevia

26 May 2021
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Stevia leaves
Stevia, a plant extract, is a sweetener that contributes zero calories to foods and doesn’t raise blood sugar. For the many people who are seeking foods & beverages with reduced sugar, stevia provides a versatile solution.

Preview the latest concepts from our North American Prototype Pantry

10 May 2021
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Prototype Pantry 3
Spring has sprung, and so has a fresh batch of prototype concepts in our pantry! Drawing inspiration from ongoing trends and changing seasons, Tate & Lyle’s team of expert food scientists has crafted a creative menu of prototypes for this next quarter to demonstrate how our solutions and...

Myths and truths about dietary fibre

06 May 2021
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Muffin prototypes with our PROMITOR® Soluble Fibre ingredient
Dietary fibre is one of the most studied nutrients in the scientific literature. However, many myths still surround this topic.
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