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Tate & Lyle HY Adjusted Profit Before Tax Of 181 Mln STG Vs 166 Mln STG
Tate & Lyle Announces Agreement For Full Pension Scheme Buy-In With Legal & General
Tate & Lyle Says Prices $200 Mln Debt Private Placement
Tate & Lyle PLC is a provider of ingredients and solutions to the food, beverage and other industries. The Company's segments include Speciality Food Ingredients and Bulk Ingredients. The Speciality Food Ingredients segment's product categories include dairy, beverage, bakery and convenience. The Bulk Ingredients segment's product lines include bulk sweeteners for food and beverage customers, and industrial starches for paper and construction industries. The Company's portfolio of products includes DOLCIA PRIMA Allulose, PUREFRUIT Monk Fruit Extract, TASTEVA Stevia Sweetener, CLARIA Functional Clean-Label Starches, PROMITOR Soluble Fibre, PromOat Beta Glucan and SODA-LO Salt Microspheres. The Company operates primarily in two industries: corn wet milling and sweeteners. The Company operates a network of corn elevator facilities across the United States Midwest.
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Anthony Nicholas Hampton
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
President - Global Operations
President - Primary Products
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British food ingredients maker Tate & Lyle Plc <TATE.L> said on Friday it would increase price at its food and beverage unit in North America from Oct.1, blaming a rise in production costs.
British food ingredients company Tate & Lyle is stepping up efforts to accelerate profit growth, its new CEO said on Thursday after reporting a 13 percent jump in adjusted full-year earnings, sending its shares up by 7 percent.
British food ingredients firm Tate & Lyle on Thursday reported higher annual profits, helped by gains in all its business units and lower costs.
* REG-TATE & LYLE PLC IMRAN NAWAZ APPOINTED CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER OF TATE & LYLE PLC
British food ingredients maker Tate & Lyle Plc said it remained on track to deliver profit growth for 2018 in line with guidance after sales volumes picked up pace in the three months to December.
* IN Q3 GROUP SAW VOLUME MOMENTUM IN ITS SPECIALITY FOOD INGREDIENTS AND BULK INGREDIENTS DIVISIONS
* TATE & LYLE PLC NICK HAMPTON APPOINTED CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF TATE & LYLE PLC
British ingredients supplier Tate & Lyle lifted its full-year profit expectations on Thursday, citing a strong first half when growth in its bulk ingredients and speciality food ingredients businesses helped to drive profit higher.
* HY SALES FROM CONTINUING OPERATIONS 1 398 MILLION STG VERSUS 1,321 MILLION STG YEAR AGO
* TATE & LYLE PLC - GROUP MADE AN ENCOURAGING START TO YEAR WITH PROFIT IN CONSTANT CURRENCY AHEAD OF COMPARATIVE PERIOD, AND VOLUME AHEAD IN BOTH DIVISIONS
British food ingredients maker Tate & Lyle reported higher full-year sales and earnings on Thursday, helped by an improving business performance and a weaker British currency.
* Codexis signs second multi-year agreement in food industry with Tate & Lyle
* Tate & Lyle CFO says forex tailwind still around 40 million pounds on bottom line for year
Tate & Lyle, the British food ingredients maker, has again raised its expectations for the full financial year, citing a strong profit performance in its third quarter.
Tate & Lyle, the British food ingredients maker, raised its expectations for the full financial year on Thursday, citing strong performance in its third quarter.
* Will today commence a share purchase programme over 2,000,000 of its ordinary shares of 25 pence each in capital of company
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