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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.
Despite its cooling effects, mint is hot and getting hotter. But why? This free e-book, sponsored by Callisons, explains.
To grow Bell Flavors and Fragrances' commitment to domestic and global business, Bell Mexico promoted Michael Natale at its Guadalajara, Mexico facility.
What is the state of naturals in 2016?
This year's congress brought together more than 1,100 attendees worldwide to discuss what makes "scents" in fragrance sustainability.
This month's issues discusses the chemical composition of grapefruit oil.
Despite a volatile political and economic landscape, Symrise exhibited strong growth in segments and regions.
Utilizing one's sense of smell is important not only to understand certain tastes, but also to perceive the world. Some people can detect between 10,000 and 100 billion or even more smells, according to research.
Portable device emulates in-use malodor experiences to advance product development.
The days of skimping and saving to fit that amber note into your fragrance price point could be long gone. Inventors from Symrise appear to have a new answer to amber, as this patent application explains.