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With the ban of pan masala and chewing tobacco, the attar industry is losing nearly 80% of its sales.
Moderator Rachel Grabenhofer led a panelist of industry leaders during the third day of the 2016 World Perfumery Congress to answer if fragrance houses can tap into the cosmetic actives market.
Why should you be following WPC this year? We'll give you three good reasons.
The inventors on this fragrance patent traded the two-step (or more) fragrance synthesis dance for a more economic, one-step solution.
Due to its stability, this material finds use in a large number of products in the fragrance industry.
This month's column features the latest ingredients, including methionyl butyrate, hop essence fraction, 2-ethylbutyric acid and more.
Prinova will be the exclusive distributor of Apiscent Labs' flavor and fragrance ingredients in the United States.
Nationalization of industry in Poland after World War II included the perfumery and cosmetics industry. The first period in the development of this industry was characterized by the import of raw materials, mostly from France, but the increasing demand for perfumery materials provided the impulse to establish a national industry in this area. Toward this purpose, a plant was constucted in Warsaw in 1956. During the period from 1960 to 1904, this plant was enlarged and modernized. Now under the name of Perfumery Synthetic Factory, “Pollens-Aroma,” this is one of sixteen plants belonging to the Industrial Association of Detergents and Cosmetics (Zjednoczenie Przemyslu Chemii Gosuodarwei), which is organized under the Ministry- of the Chemical Industry.
We should all realize that the new Toxic Substances Control Act, which Congress is about to pass, will increase considerably the cost of developing new aroma chemicals. The new law may reduce the number of such chemicals drastically. Closer cooperation between the fragrance and the aroma chemical industries will now be even more important in order to maintain a healthy level of innovation in areas of mutual interest.
In 1946 the Scientific Committee began the compilation of a set of monographs embodying the EOA standards for essential oils, aromatic chemicals and isolates, and related flavor and perfume materials. Approximately 300 of these have now been completed. They have been prepared by the scientific representative of the member companies, based on the analyticaI data and experience of their laboratories. They are intended to define realistically standard good quality material currently avaiIable commercially, and should provide fair standards for the evaluation of these materials in commercial transactions.