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A rich fragrance heritage disrupted by political upheavals reinvents itself amidst a price-sensitive consumer environment.
From low-in products to natural offerings to functional foods and beverages to cosmetic actives, the flavor and fragrance industry is poised to play a multi-faceted role in addressing consumer wellbeing.
Resurrecting a long-lost 19th-century fragrance.
Industry experts discuss how sustainability is changing their jobs, their companies and the broader F&F industry.
With a focus on value, performance, hedonics, regulatory compliance, sustainability and more, the fragrance ingredient landscape is changing rapidly.
The thing I am excited to dispel is the considerable degree of skepticism regarding aromatherapy,” says Dorene Petersen, founder and president of American College of Healthcare Sciences.
Taking a new look at a classic ingredient.
A perfumery collaboration comprising fir balsam absolute, patchouli a l’ancienne, Highland Myrtle oil and more.
Frankincense, myrrh, sandalwood and more.
Encouraging and protecting innovation investments.