UK: Tate & Lyle underlying profits up 16% but sugar regime costly
Tate & Lyle posted a 16% rise in underlying profit yesterday (25 May) with a strong performance from artificial sweetener Sucralose and US growth helping to offset a weaker performance in European markets. However, a one-off exceptional impairment charge relating to changes to the European sugar regime hit profits hard.
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