- Reuters•7 days ago
All four of the major U.S. corn syrup makers are raising prices, letters to customers seen by Reuters show, despite a years of slowing demand and as food companies such as McDonald's Corp swap the syrup for sugar in their products. Corn sweetener manufacturers including Archer Daniels Midland Co and Cargill Inc sent letters to buyers this month seeking to lock in forward prices for 2017, in the annual kickoff to negotiations. High-fructose corn syrup, or HFCS, is trading in the U.S. Midwest at the highest in U.S. Department of Agriculture records dating back to 1994, even as U.S. consumption of carbonated soft drinks, which accounts for two-thirds or more of HFCS usage, sank to a three-decade low.
- Reuters•5 months ago
The British government's planned levy on sugary soft drinks means more business for suppliers of specialty ingredients that boost sweetness without adding calories and can mask aftertastes or add texture. Beneficiaries could include PureCircle, which sells the natural low-calorie sweetener stevia, Tate & Lyle, which sells sweeteners such as sucralose, and Kerry Group , which sells natural flavours and colouring agents.
TATE & LYLE (TLY.DU)
Dusseldorf - Dusseldorf Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
As of 2:25 AM EDT. Market open.
|Day's Range||8.41 - 8.41|
|52wk Range||7.42 - 8.51|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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|Avg Vol (3m)||3|
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