Tate & Lyle extends distribution partnership with Azelis to grow European business

By Laura Mullan
British ingredient producer, Tate & Lyle, has announced that it has extended its partnership with Azelis to expand its footprint in Europe. Special...

British ingredient producer, Tate & Lyle, has announced that it has extended its partnership with Azelis to expand its footprint in Europe.

Speciality chemical and food ingredient distributor, Azelis, currently distributes Tate & Lyles range of products to the UK, France, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Serbia Hungary and Morocco.

Under the new agreement, Azelis will distribute Tate & Lyle's products such as texturants, sweeteners, fibres and stabilisers to Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Croatia, and Slovenia.

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“With its extensive geographical reach, deep technical expertise and market knowledge, Azelis gives us a market reach which will help grow our business in Europe,” said John Stewart, Commercial Director EMEA at Tate & Lyle.

“Azelis already represents Tate & Lyle in other parts of Europe and we are pleased to extend our partnership.”

Andrey Zhukov, Market Segment Director Food & Health at Azelis, added: “We are thrilled with the continued expansion of our strategic partnership with Tate & Lyle. Our track record, transparency and continued growth instil confidence in our partners to collaborate with us in new territories.

“With the addition of Tate & Lyle’s extensive product range to our current portfolio and their strength in delivering innovative solutions, we are boosting our offer to customers in these regions.”

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