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Innovation in stevia-sweetened products has seen stunning growth as more countries levy sugar taxes and consumers become more health-conscious. Come learn about Tate & Lyle and Sweet Green Fields' sweeteners toolbox and stevia innovation, which allow food and beverage manufacturers to create great taste, fewer calories and at acceptable costs.

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Sales markets Western Europe; Eastern Europe; Middle East; Asia; Australia; North America; Africa; Central/South America
Business segment focus Beverages; Natural
Affiliated categories: Sweeteners More

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27 nov 2018

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Beyond gut health: Researchers explore the benefits of fibre

25 Mar 2019

Beyond gut health: Researchers explore the benefits of fibre

Dietary fibre has long been linked to digestive health, but now researchers suspect its benefits could extend to bone health, immunity, and even the brain. If confirmed, fibre could hold potential as a functional ingredient in a wide range of foods and drinks.

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20 Mar 2019

Tate & Lyle collaborates on dietary fibre

Tate & Lyle has announced a collaborative research project on the health effects of dietary fibres with APC Microbiome Ireland, a Science Foundation Institute (SFI) Research Centre.

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21 Feb 2019

Stevia sustainability in the spotlight

With its natural, calorie-free sweetness, stevia has emerged as a major ingredient among high intensity sweeteners – but how environmentally friendly is it?

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