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Beverages Made Better with Oat Beta Glucan

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Functional beverages are increasingly becoming part of a healthy lifestyle for consumers around the world. Fibre-fortified beverages continue to grow and provide consumers a viable option to fill their fibre intake gap. Learn why oat beta glucan can be an appealing option for manufacturers developing fibre-fortified beverage applications.

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Tate & Lyle

COMPANY DETAILS

Tate & Lyle

Parc Scientifique de la Haute Borne

Villeneuve d'Ascq, France

59650

France

 

www.tateandlyle.com

solutions.e@tateandlyle.com

 

Tel. +33 (0) 3 28 77 70 86

Fax. +33 (0)3 28 77 71 98

ACTIVE CATEGORIES

Bakery Mixes and Other Bakery Products,Emulsifiers and Emulsifier Systems,Fat Replacers,Fibers,Nutraceutical and Functional Food Ingredients,Starch and Starch Products,Sweeteners (Non-Sugar),Hydrocolloids, Stabilisers and Gelling Systems


Tate & Lyle: Our Ingredients - Your Success

Sweeteners, Texturants and Wellness Ingredients

Tate & Lyle is a global provider of ingredients and solutions to the food, beverage and other industries, operating from over 30 production facilities around the world. Through our large-scale, efficient manufacturing plants, we turn raw materials into distinctive, high quality ingredients for our customers. Our ingredients and solutions add taste, texture, nutrition and increased functionality to products that millions of people around the world use or consume every day. 

Tate & Lyle’s Ingredients platforms are centered on nutritive and high-intensity sweeteners, texturant starches and include nutritionally beneficial fibers to meet evolving dietary trends. 

Tate & Lyle’s Food Systems group is a global leader with a reputation as a fast and flexible provider of customised stabiliser systems and food solutions, 

If you are in the food or beverage industries, we are the partner for you. From 15 research and development centres on 6 continents we support your business with our innovative and highly functional ingredients and food systems, our unique customised services and our exceptional technology consultancy around all aspects of successful food production. 

As one of the longest standing and leading manufacturers of ingredients, we have a long history of helping our customers differentiate and add value.

Find out how Tate & Lyle is good for your business. 


Articles On NutritionInsight
Nutrition & Health News 18 July 2018

IFT 2018: Tate & Lyle on the prospects of its dietary fibers, instant starches and alternative proteins 

18 Jul 2018 --- At this year’s annual IFT Food Expo (15 to 18 July) in Chicago, Tate & Lyle is showcasing its collection of sweetener, enrichment and texturant ingredients. Focus areas are the company’s new instant starches, but also its portfolio of fibers, which were recently found to adhere to the US Food Drug Administration’s (FDA) definition of dietary fibers. NutritionInsight speaks with Mervyn L. de Souza, VP Health and Wellness at Tate & Lyle, about the company’s plans to expand its alternative proteins portfolio, as well as the benefits of its fiber ingredients.

Nutrition & Health News 15 June 2018

“Dietary fibers” classification: US FDA green lights eight ingredients

15 Jun 2018 --- The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued guidance which identifies eight specific fibers that can be classified as “dietary fibers” on the upcoming Nutrition Facts Label, marking the end of two years of uncertainty for manufacturers. In 2016, the FDA initially announced a new regulatory definition for dietary fiber and stated that to be considered a source of fiber, isolated or synthetic non-digestible carbohydrates must have a demonstrated physiological health benefit.

Nutrition & Health News 14 June 2018

Mediterranean diet boosts heart health – even with lean red meat, study suggests

14 Jun 2018 --- Adopting a Mediterranean-style eating pattern improves heart health, with or without reducing red meat intake, if the red meat consumed is lean and unprocessed, according to a Purdue University nutrition study. The study does not, however, encourage the consumption of red meat in people who otherwise do not eat red meat.

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