Tate & Lyle emphasises on removal of 4 million tonnes of sugar from people’s diets

Focused on three pillars: Supporting healthy living; Building thriving communities; and Caring for our planet

UK-based leader in ingredient solutions for healthier food and beverages, Tate & Lyle PLC has announced the publication of its Purpose Report 2022. This interactive report showcases how Tate & Lyle is Transforming Lives through the Science of Food and details progress against the targets and commitments set out in 2020 in areas such as sugar reduction, community support and tackling the climate emergency.

Through its low-and no-calorie sweeteners and fibres, and the expertise of its food scientists, Tate & Lyle has taken 4 million tonnes of sugar out of people’s diets against a target of 9 million tonnes by 2025. The report shows that Tate & Lyle is supporting health education and physical activity programmes around the world and has helped 70,000 people in the last two years, contributing towards its 2025 target of 250,000.

The company has helped its food bank partners around the world provide around 3 million nutritious meals for people in need. In addition, in line with Tate & Lyle’s commitment to reach gender parity in leadership and management roles (around 500 people) by 2025, 42% of these roles are now held by women.

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