The long-term vision of Tereos is the valorization of agricultural raw
materials and the development of quality food products. Tereos is a leader in
the sugar, alcohol and starch markets. The group's commitments to society and
the environment contribute to the company's performance in the long term while
strengthening its contribution as a responsible actor. The cooperative group
Tereos is a union of 12,000 farmers and has recognized know-how in the
processing of beet, sugarcane and cereals. Through 49 industrial sites in 16
countries and the commitment of its 23,000 employees, Tereos supports its
customers close to their markets with a broad and complementary range of
products. In 2016/17, the group achieved a turnover of €4.8 billion.
|Sales markets||Africa; Asia; Australia; Central/South America; Eastern Europe; Middle East; North America; Western Europe|
|Affiliated categories:||Sweeteners / Sugar replacements |Emulsifiers / Lecithins |Flavour Enhancers More|
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Largest sugar group in France and third in Brazil, Tereos is a major player in world sugar markets, with sugar plants in Europe, Brazil, Africa and Indian Ocean. Tereos offers to its customers all the sweetening solutions they need, in Europe and worldwide. Tereos offers a wide range of granulated sugars f...More info
a major European producer of starch and derivatives: it is the leading producer of glucose
syrups in Western Europe, and a world player in maltodextrins.
From taste to texture, the various functionalities of Tereos starch sweeteners play a central role in food and beverage formulation...
Tereos PureCircle Solutions provides reduced-calorie sweetening solutions of natural origin to the world’s leading food and beverage manufacturers. The combination of high purity stevia extracts and sugars successfully deliver clear solutions addressing a wide range of calorie reduction targets and app...More info
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1 May 2019
What’s next for allulose?
Allulose has been pinned as a potentially game-changing ingredient, as poor perception of sugar and artificial sweeteners has opened the door to new sweetening options.Read more