UK: Tate & Lyle puts two business units up for sale
UK sugar and sweetener giant Tate & Lyle is seeking buyers for its molasses and storage businesses.
According to a report in the Independent newspaper, PricewaterhouseCoopers has been appointed to market the businesses, which between them generated sales of between £350m and £400m for the full fiscal year to March 2001.
Companies: Tate & Lyle plc
Sugar and sweetener company Tate and Lyle has announced a link with the government's Envirowise programme to help suppliers to its London sugar refinery improve their environmental performance....
UK food ingredients and sugar firm Tate & Lyle has announced the launch of two new Cereal Ingredient Solution Sets, Breakfast Cereal ENRICH 701 and Breakfast Cereal ENRICH 702....
UK sugar and sweetener company Tate and Lyle has announced the appointment of Harvey Chimoff as its new director of marketing, Americas....
UK sugar and ingredients firm Tate & Lyle has announced the launch of Carb Optimizer 30 Yogurt Base Ingredients, a new solution set for low-fat, low-calorie, low-sugar yoghurts in the US....
Sugar and sweetener company Tate and Lyle has extended its Lyle's Golden Syrup brand with the launch of Lyle's Golden Spread, a spread presented in a glass jar....
UK sugar and sweetener company Tate & Lyle has today (Thursday) announced investment worth a total of £100m (US$175m) in its US operations at two sites....
UK sugar and sweeteners company Tate & Lyle has today (Thursday) called the European Commission's proposals for reform of the EU sugar sector 'seriously inequitable," and says it will be seeking a fai...
UK sugar and sweetener company Tate & Lyle has announced higher sales for the year to 31 March, but exceptional items cut the company's pre-tax profit....
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