Tate & Lyle launches new Sweetener Vantage sweetener solution design tools
Tate & Lyle has launched the Sweetener-Vantage Expert System, a set of new and innovative sweetener solution design tools, together with an education programme, which are designed to support formulators to create sugar-reduced food and drink using low calorie sweeteners.
Developed in response to demand for more predictive tools to support product performance and reduced development time, Sweetener-Vantage Expert System will enable formulators to more efficiently address their formulation challenges.
The Sweetener-Vantage suite of tools includes sweetener maps and selection tools, and WikiSweet, Tate & Lyle’s encyclopedia of formulation challenges and solutions, which Tate & Lyle’s scientists use with formulators to help them to differentiate between and select suitable sweeteners. A new three-module webinar series, Sweetener University, developed by scientists for scientists, provides a forum for formulators to hear about and discuss the latest science and trends relating to sweeteners.
Jim Carr, director of gloval ingredient technology for sweeteners at Tate & Lyle, who developed and deliver the curriculum for Sweetener University, said: “Low and no calorie sweeteners are vital tools in today’s formulation toolbox, especially with the heightened focus on developing great-tasting, healthier products with less sugar and calories. By sharing our product and application knowledge, we are working to help the industry create next generation products that address health challenges in society, delivering our purpose of improving lives for generations.”