LSE:TATE (Tate & Lyle)

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Tate & Lyle produces an estimated 4m tonnes of cereal sweeteners and refines over 2m tonnes of sugar each year sold into around 35 countries. It is is a global leader in cereal sweeteners and starches, sugar refining, value added food and industrial ingredients and citric acid. It is world number one in industrial starches and wheat proteins and the sole manufacturer of sucralose sugar substitute, Splenda.

Tate & Lyle (LSE: TATE)
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