Tate & Lyle Increases Capacity And Upgrades Its Nantong Factory

 

Via foodbev.com

A leading global provider of speciality food ingredients and solutions, Tate & Lyle expansion increases capacity at the facility in Nantong by more than three times from when it was acquired by Tate & Lyle in 2014.

Harry Boot, general manager Asia Pacific, speciality food ingredients at Tate & Lyle, said: “We continue to see strong demand for our soluble fibres, used in food and beverages globally to deliver solutions for sugar reduction and fibre enrichment. The three-fold capacity increase at our polydextrose facility in China will help us meet this growing demand, and provide a high quality product to customers in Asia Pacific and other regions of the world.”

Harry Boot, general manager Asia Pacific, speciality food ingredients at Tate & Lyle, said: “We continue to see strong demand for our soluble fibres, used in food and beverages globally to deliver solutions for sugar reduction and fibre enrichment. The three-fold capacity increase at our polydextrose facility in China will help us meet this growing demand, and provide a high quality product to customers in Asia Pacific and other regions of the world.”

As part of the expansion, the company has said that its manufacturing and quality processes at the facility have been significantly enhanced. Tate & Lyle has also improved the facility’s packaging capabilities, and implemented advanced environmental management infrastructure and systems to deliver on its commitment for responsible manufacturing.

 

 

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