Tate & Lyle is the largest cane sugar brand in the UK. They are proud to have been at the table of the Great British family throughout the years. From sweetening traditional afternoon teas to helping shape the greatest pastries in history, their passion for the finest ingredients kept them going since the opening of their London refinery in 1878. In championing sustainability and maintaining the brand’s philanthropic legacy, they are proud to have led the way in being the first major global brand to have launched Fairtrade in 2008. Henry Tate and Abram Lyle both started something special all those years ago when one began making sugar cubes and the other Lyle’s Golden Syrup. Since then, customer requirements have grown and they have developed their range of Tate & Lyle ® products tailored to the different needs of the customers. Today, Tate & Lyle is one of the world’s largest contributor of Fairtrade premiums. Today the Tate & Lyle sugar brand offers a complete range of retail sugar products and a wide array of more specialist business solutions. Tate & Lyle Sugars is one of Europe’s leading suppliers of sugar and sweetener products. They are known for the high quality of their specialty sugars and functional ingredients, and there large scale manufacturing facilities ensure consistency in production. In fact, there refinery in London has the highest production capacity of any sugar facility in Europe. Tate & Lyle Sugars is committed to continuous improvement to ensure that there products consistently meet the needs of the customers and comply with food safety regulations and requirements. Whether icing a birthday cake for a friend or a loved one, or making that first cup of coffee in the morning, there is a sugar to meet your needs. Icing sugar, is a finely ground sugar produced by milling granulated sugar into a powdered state. Our Fairtrade sugar is made using the juice of the sugarcane plant. It is essential for making glacé or butter cream icing. Simply mix the Icing Sugar with water to produce a glossy “glacé” icing perfect for any size cake. For butter cream icing simply cream the soft butter first. For special occasion cakes, reach for the Royal Icing for piped and firmer results. Icing sugar is used in industrial food production when a quick-dissolving sugar is required. Home cooks use it principally to make icing or frosting and other cake decorations. It is often dusted onto baked goods to add a subtle sweetness and delicate decoration.
Produced & Packed by Tate Lyle, Thames Refinery, Silvertown, London, E16 22EW, United Kingdom.
Imported & Distributed by Chenab Impex Pvt Ltd. J1-A, Ansa Industrial Estate, Saki Vihar Road Sakinaka, Andheri(E), Mumbai 400072 India.