September 24, 2023

Tate & Lyle opens new Customer Innovation and Collaboration Centre in Indonesia

Tate & Lyle PLC (Tate & Lyle), a world leader in ingredient solutions for healthier food and beverages, has opened its new Customer Innovation and Collaboration Centre in Jakarta, Indonesia. The opening marks an important milestone in Tate & Lyle’s growth strategy to expand its presence in the Asia Pacific region, and Indonesia specifically, into which it has been supplying for over a decade.

From left to right: Julistio Gunawan, Tate & Lyle’s Senior Sales Manager in Indonesia; Andrew Taylor, Tate & Lyle’s President of Asia, Middle East, Africa and Latin America; Iwan Suryana, Expert Staff of Indonesia’s Ministry of Investment; Nick Hampton, Tate & Lyle’s Chief Executive; and Kavita Karnik, Tate & Lyle’s Global Head of Nutrition, Regulatory and Scientific Affairs.

With the new centre, a combined office and laboratory, Tate & Lyle aims to support healthy living in Indonesia through food science and ingredient solution innovation. The opening was attended by senior Tate & Lyle leadership, food and beverage customers, and other industry, nutrition and business leaders.

At the new centre located in Central Jakarta, Tate & Lyle customers will create new or reformulated, on-trend food and drink products that meet local needs and preferences. Tate & Lyle’s local technical, commercial and sales experts based at the new centre, and the customers they partner with, will also continue to be supported by its global specialist network of nutrition, regulation, and application experts.

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