Tate & Lyle

Tate & Lyle

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Nord-Pas-de-Calais

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Through our large-scale, efficient manufacturing plants, we use innovative technology to turn raw materials into distinctive, high quality ingredients for our customers. These ingredients add taste, texture, nutrition and increased functionality to products that millions of people around the world use or consume every day.


Tate & Lyle's vision is to be a leading global provider of speciality food ingredients and solutions.

We will achieve this by:
A disciplined focus on growing our speciality food ingredients business
- deeper customer understanding, continuous innovation and agility
- stronger positions in high growth markets
Driving our bulk ingredients for sustained cash generation to fuel this growth.


Tate & Lyle operates through two global business units:
Speciality Food Ingredients
Bulk Ingredients

These two business units are supported by globalised support services and our Innovation and Commercial Development group. This group is dedicated to driving long-term growth across Tate & Lyle, with a primary focus on growing speciality food ingredients. Innovation and Commercial Development brings together product development, marketing and product management into one team, enabling a fully integrated approach to developing and commercialising innovation.
Tate & Lyle operates primarily in two industries: corn wet milling and high-intensity sweeteners. Here you’ll find a brief explanation of each industry, with a link to a description of the manufacturing process.
Corn wet milling is a large industry in the corn-growing parts of the world. We have a network of corn wet milling plants in the USA and Europe. In the US, we process around 2% of the US annual corn crop.
Our plants take shelled corn (maize), separate the kernels into their core components (starch, oil, protein and fibre), and process them to create a range of products for the food and beverage industry, and paper industries. As a by-product of the corn wet milling process, we also produce feed products for farm animals and pets.
The global high-intensity sweetener (HIS) market in 2013 was worth $1.2 billion. The sweetening power of this volume of HIS is equivalent to approximately 16 million tonnes of sugar. Within the HIS market, Tate & Lyle is the leading supplier in value terms with sucralose holding a 35% share by value and our SPLENDA® Sucralose accounting for the largest portion of this share.

SPLENDA® Sucralose
SPLENDA® Sucralose is a high quality sweetener with a sugar-like taste and a sweetening power approximately 600 times that of sugar. It is unmatched in sugar-like sweetness and is highly stable. It can withstand high temperatures during processing and has a long shelf-life.
Tate & Lyle discovered sucralose in conjunction with researchers at Queen Elizabeth College, University London, in 1976. We subsequently developed the product in partnership with McNeil Nutritionals (a Johnson & Johnson company) to create SPLENDA® Sucralose, which was launched in 1992.


In terms of value, since its launch, SPLENDA® Sucralose has become the second largest HIS in the world, the largest in the US, and the largest in food globally. We produce SPLENDA® Sucralose at our high-tech facility in Singapore and sell it to the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. The consumer market is served by our partner McNeil Nutritionals, which markets and sells SPLENDA® No Calorie Sweetener table top products via grocery and foodservice outlets.