Bakery and snacks

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...

Webinar: European Bakery Industry Report findings

21 January 2021
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Bakery report webinar
Did you know that our recent report on the European bakery industry found that reduced sugar and calorie products are the biggest driver of business growth, following heightened consumer awareness in health and wellbeing?

New report unveils European Bakery industry trends shaping future growth

14 December 2020
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Woman removing pie from inside oven
London, UK, 14 December 2020 - Tate & Lyle PLC (Tate & Lyle), a leading global provider of food and beverage ingredients and solutions, has found that almost three quarters (73%) of European bakery manufacturers say reduced sugar and calorie products are the biggest driver of business growth.

Rising to the challenge: European bakery industry research report

14 December 2020
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Bakery report - hands clapping flour over bread dough
What trends are shaping today’s bakery industry in Europe? What impact has Covid-19 had on sales, new product development and long-term consumer trends? What challenges and opportunities lie ahead?

Webinar: Texture University™ module 7 - Solving Starch Stability Challenges in Food Systems

04 November 2020
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Texture University module 7
Starch stability is a critical attribute of foods that can effect taste and mouthfeel across categories, from soups and sauces, to bakery fillings, to dairy products. When combining complex ingredients such as salts and sugars in food product, starch stability in formulations often change.

Tate & Lyle Expands Portfolio of Non-GMO Ingredients to Meet Growing Consumer Demand

23 January 2020
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Gummy sweet confectionery
Tate & Lyle announces several new additions to its portfolio of Non-GMO texturisers. These include new gelling starches designed to optimise texture in jelly confections and processed cheese and are the company’s first Non GMO starches made from dent corn in the US.

Creating the perfect texture for the perfect snack

21 January 2020
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Toaster pastry made at Tate & Lyle
Cooking the perfect snack with a fruit filling can be a tough ask! Will the texture be too thick? Will the fruit filling boil and spill out? Whether for a snack bar or a pastry, the science behind cooking with starches in food applications is highly complex.

Ask us your stevia-related questions at Food Ingredients Europe!

26 November 2019
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Stevia sweetened orange drink at Food Ingredients Europe
December begins with a trip to Food Ingredients (FI) Europe & Natural Ingredients Europe, in Paris, France, and we at Tate & Lyle couldn’t be more excited to be there!

Webinar: Texture University module 5 - Formulating with Film Forming Starch

18 November 2019
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Texture University module 5
Tate & Lyle’s educational webinar series for food formulators, Texture University, returns in January with insights into achieving the optimal texture in bakery, snacks and more.

Meeting on-the-go and reduced-sugar trends in North America

14 November 2019
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Man with healthy protein bar on the go
There’s no denying that our lives are becoming busier. That’s one of the reasons on-the-go food and beverage products are experiencing growth in North America.