The Fragrance Materials Association (FMA) has made a change to its Fragrance Product Information Form (FPIF) (Version 2.0). The change is to the TSCA section of Section 2. Instead of requesting ingredients that are “registered” under TSCA, the form now requests the identification of ingredients “listed” on the TSCA inventory. (Source: FMA)
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