Friday, September 25, 2020

Tate & Lyle launches sweetener solution design tools

Tate & Lyle has launched a set of new sweetener solution design tools to help formulators create sugar-reduced food and drink using low calorie sweeteners.

Developed in response to customer demand for more predictive tools to support product performance and reduce development time, Sweetener-Vantage Expert Systems will enable formulators to more efficiently solve their formulation challenges, the food and beverage solutions and ingredients specialist said.

The Sweetener-Vantage suite of tools includes sweetener maps and selection tools, and WikiSweet, Tate & Lyle’s proprietary encyclopaedia of formulation challenges and solutions, which the company’s scientists use with formulators to help them to differentiate between and select suitable sweeteners.

A new three-module webinar series, Sweetener University, developed by scientists for scientists, provides a forum for formulators to hear about and discuss the latest science and trends relating to sweeteners.

The first module in the Sweetener University series will be delivered on 22 July 2020 by two of Tate & Lyle’s leading sweetener experts. Registration is free and accessible via this link.

“We developed the Sweetener-Vantage Expert Systems to meet high demand for accessible expert guidance and tools that simplify and expedite the product development process,” said Shawn Erickson, Senior Principal Scientist at Tate & Lyle.

“Through this suite of tools, Tate & Lyle shares 160-years of sweetening expertise to help formulators of all experience-levels build their knowledge of the latest sweetener science, understand variations in sweetener offerings, and deepen formulation expertise.”

Jim Carr, Director of Global Ingredient Technology for Sweeteners at Tate & Lyle, who also developed and will deliver the curriculum, added: “By sharing our product and application knowledge, we are working to help the industry create next generation products that address health challenges in society, delivering our purpose of Improving Lives for Generations.”

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