Recent in Fragrance (page 3 of 30)

Patenting Non-Naturally Occurring Fragrance Compounds

What does the patent literature tell us about innovation in the area of non-naturally occurring fragrance compounds? This short article provides some recent examples of U.S. patents that have claimed “new, useful and non-obvious” non-naturally occurring fragrance compounds or compositions.

Givaudan Puts You to Sleep With DreamScentz

A recent patent-pending technology by Givaudan is looking to improve quality of sleep through the power of scent.

Nagoya Protocol Takes Bio Products to 'Flask' in Korea

The Nagoya Protocol went into effect on August 17, 2017, in Korea. How might this impact the region, or even the greater cosmetics industry? It may be too soon to tell.

Fragrance That Mists, Sticks and Slides

In terms of innovation, the fragrance industry has stepped into novel applications, such as scented temporary tattoos, to embrace fragrance in unexpected ways.

The College of Fragrance for the Visually Impaired Launches New Website

The college launched its new website to educate users about the school's mission, as well as showcasing the latest news and various student profiles.

FAFAI Appoints Leadership Amid India Tax Changes

Fragrances and Flavours Association of India (FAFAI) has announced several key appointments to its association, amid changes in India’s comprehensive taxes.

A WFFC Taste of Soho and Nolita

On June 13, 2017, the WFFC gathered for the 10th Annual Fragrance and Flavor Sensory Trend Excursion in New York City! SoHo and Nolita were the trendy neighborhoods chosen for the group's day of inspirational trend hunting.

Endpoint. Extraction Matters in F&F Development

Unadulterated oils and optimized extracts.

Progress in Essential Oils: Myrica Gale

Adored by beavers, once found in beers of north western Germany during the Middle Ages and used as an effective insect repellant or a perfumery ingredient, myrica gale oil's constituents can shed new light to formulators on other ways it can be used in F&F.

Forward Thinking: A Sustainable Future

Recycled plastic technologies and programs, eco-friendly fashion, environmentally conscious laundry products, sustainably sourced ingredients and byproducts created from waste are just a few of the many current sustainable initiatives.

Christophe Laudamiel: Perfumer of the Future

Christophe Laudamiel has spent his career eagerly embracing what he sees as the future of fragrance, and in some ways he already lives there.

Journey to the Essence: Interview with Mane

New extraction processes paired with innovative botanical research is what keeps MANE moving forward in the world of naturals. We sit down with MANE’s team to discuss how sustainability, biotechnology and consumer insights play a role in the company’s pursuit of natural in flavors and fragrances.

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