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Recent in Fragrance (page 15 of 35)

Progress in Essential Oils: Silver Fir or Abies alba oil

This month's column discusses the chemical composition of silver fir oil.

The Juice: Mandy Aftel – Changing the Perfume Game

Mandy’s avant-garde approach to perfume and flavor has created a portfolio of work that inspires her customers and readers.

How Millennial Men are Influencing the Fragrance Market

The post states that American men, aged 18-34, are by far the main fragrance user group and are drawn especially to perfume and eau de toilette.

Go With the Flow, Part 2: Spouted Bed Technology to Yield More Oil

Part 2 in this two-part mini series will discuss the effects of redesigning air flow to yield higher oil concentrations during encapsulation.

Firmenich Hires Boet Brinkgreve as New Chief Supply Chain Officer

On July 1, 2017, Boet Brinkgreve will serve as chief supply chain officer in order to drive the company’s supply chain.

Bell Flavors and Fragrance Awarded for Business Excellence

Bell Flavors and Fragrance has been awarded the Northbrook Business of the Year Award for 2016 for their dedication to customer service, sustainable growth and competitive business edge.

IFRANA Accepting Nominations for Eric Bruell Award

Selected by IFRANA, the award focuses on an individual in the fragrance industry who goes above and beyond while providing great service, commitment and contribution.

Bell Announces New Hire and Two Promotions

Karen Clint has been appointed as Bell’s marketing manager while Aaron Graham was promoted to vice president of technical services for flavor and Simon Poppelsdorf was promoted to global vice president for flavor.

Go With the Flow, Part 1: Spouted Bed Technology to Yield More Oil

In this two-part mini series, you'll learn how improving gas flow during encapsulation will result in higher oil recovery rate that ensures better product quality and decreases the consumption of valuable raw materials.

Editor's Note: Natural Matters

Perhaps, the definition of natural may never be finite. Maybe, just like humans, science, technology and the world at large, the definition will continue to evolve.

Sense and the Subconscious: Is Liking Enough?

When it comes to product design, a simple “like” is not enough. How does consumer emotion play a role in developing engaging and successful products on the shelves?

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