Tate & Lyle launches Beverage OPTIMIZE™ formulation service in North America
Posted: 6 April 2012 | Tate & Lyle | No comments yet
Tate & Lyle announces the launch of its new Beverage OPTIMIZE™ formulation service…
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.
To request prototype samples please contact your Tate & Lyle sales representative or email [email protected].