Tate & Lyle launches beverage formulation service in U.S.

Tate & Lyle launches beverage formulation service in U.S.

Through Beverage OPTIMIZE, food and beverage manufacturers can work directly with Tate & Lyle to reduce calories using the company’s extensive experience and portfolio of ingredients.

Tate & Lyle, the global provider of specialty food ingredients, announces the launch of its new Beverage OPTIMIZE formulation service in the U.S. Through Beverage OPTIMIZE, food and beverage manufacturers can work directly with Tate & Lyle to reduce calories using the company’s extensive beverage formulation experience and wide portfolio of ingredients including sweeteners such as SPLENDA Sucralose and KRYSTAR Crystalline Fructose, as well as texturants and acidulants.

With rising commodity prices affecting manufacturing costs, the new formulation service offers companies a consistent way to manage sweetener costs and reduce margin pressure in existing products, line extensions and new product launches.

Tate & Lyle has developed a variety of new prototypes to showcase the great-tasting sugar reduction capabilities of the Beverage OPTIMIZE service for customers. Prototypes are now available in the following categories: juices, carbonated soft drinks, still drinks and beverage mixes.

“Beverage OPTIMIZE™ offers our customers a way to work directly with our formulations experts to develop a great-tasting beverage with the additional benefits of a strong opportunity nutrition label improvements for those who desire them,” said Pashen Black, Americas Marketing Manager, Tate & Lyle.

To ensure success at every level, Tate & Lyle’s formulation experts will work on-site with customers on their specific needs at every stage of development and manufacturing, driving innovation from the lab to the line.

“Our team employs a customized approach for every customer to leverage our ingredient interactions and synergies for each individual beverage product,” said Joni Simms, Director, Technical Services, Tate & Lyle





 

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