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Tate & Lyle hit by lockdowns

Tate & Lyle hit by lockdowns

Tate & Lyle (TATE) saw its adjusted pre-tax profits grow 4 per cent to £331m in the year to March, with profits in its food and beverage solutions division climbing by a tenth to £162m. But the manufacturer was hit by coronavirus lockdowns in April: its bulk sweeteners business saw volumes drop by more than a quarter as consumption at cinemas, restaurants and bars nosedived. 

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