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Tate & Lyle begins producing micronized powdered sucralose at U.S. facility

Tate & Lyle, a London-based, global provider of specialty food ingredients and solutions, is producing micronized powdered sucralose, alongside liquid sucralose, at its SPLENDA Sucralose facility in McIntosh, Ala. The company now can supply customers worldwide with micronized powdered and liquid forms of SPLENDA Sucralose from both its plants in Singapore and Alabama.

“The production of micronized powdered sucralose at our U.S. facility, alongside the supply of both forms of SPLENDA Sucralose from our Singapore facility, means we are able to offer more choice to our customers, in addition to the highest standards of quality, traceability and reliability in the industry,” says Ralf Loeffelholz, global vice president, sucralose product management. "Our two-plant model and the maintenance of safety stocks of both forms of SPLENDA Sucralose across the world mean we can provide our customers with unparalleled flexibility and security of supply, no matter what challenges they might face."

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