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Tate & Lyle has announced that it has completed commissioning the major expansion to the glucose manufacturing lines at its com wet mill in Slovakia's Trnava region. The extension will increase the business in the region and will further reinforce the leading position of Tate & Lyle in Central and Eastern Europe.

The expansion will see the plant multiplying its total capacity in glucose syrups with the business looking to take advantage of increasing demand in a fast growing part of Europe. Located in the corn belt of Europe, the Boleraz plant, part of Tate & Lyle's Eaststarch joint venture, benefits from the area's attractive agronomics as well as superior economies of scale.

"With the extension, we will gain processing flexibility which will enable us to develop more varieties of glucose syrups and isoglucose blends to offer the tailored solutions our customers require." said Beata Endre, Product Manager, Liquid Sweeteners.

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Title Annotation:EVOLUTION
Publication:Food Trade Review
Geographic Code:4E0EE
Date:Jun 1, 2010
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