Recent in Fragrance (page 8 of 28)

Progress in Essential Oils: Lemon Verbena Oil

This month's column discusses the chemical composition of lemon verbena oil.

Will all of Our Flowers be Gone?

In his speech at the 2016 International Federation of Essential Oils and Trades (IFEAT) conference, Kim Bleimann encourages the industry to take an active exploration of the safety of natural chemical substances (NCS) as entities rather than an admixture of their components.

Farnesene Forms a Flourishing Future

Applications in cosmetics and personal care as well as fragrances and flavors are driving an upward trend for the farnesene class of chemicals.

Editor's Note: A Natural Debate

As the demand for naturals grow, the industry is challenged with balancing an authentic natural product with sustainable and safe processes.

Patent Pick: Oxime Ring Passes the Endurance, Sweetness Test

Imagine harmoniusly intergrating fragrance duration with balance in a predictable manner. That's what Kao inventors believe they've accomplished, as this patent explains.

Bill Gates Says Bye-Bye Stink

In an effort to improve sanitation across India and Africa, Bill Gates has decided to fund development of an odor-blocking perfume for toilets.

Bell Announces New Purchasing Manager

Ryan Polak has been promoted to purchasing manager at the Bell headquarters in Northbrook, Illinois to manage the supply chain.

Frutarom Industries Post Third-Quarter Profits

On November 22nd, Frutarom Industries released its third-quarter net profits.

World Essential Oil Market Expected to Reach $11.5 billion by 2022

With a compound annual growth rate of 10.1 percent from 2016 to 2022, the world essential oil market is expected to reach $11.5 billion in the next six years.

Go East Young Man...To India's Fragrance Market

The emerging markets in India are some that members of the flavor and fragrance industry should be looking to explore.

Inspiring the Scenthusiasts: Five Years of Teaching Design With Scents

The Design With Scents course offers fragrance study to reflect the various emerging scent avenues for students and professionals interested in fragrance design.

Encapsulating Intellectual Property

How does the fragrance industry protect products that perfumers, chemists and formulators create? Historically, the focus was on keeping secrets.

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