The International Fragrance Association (IFRA) has posted the 41st Amendment to the IFRA Code of Practice on its Web site, www.ifraorg.org. The 41st Amendment features the addition of geranyl nitrile to the list of materials with non-supported use. The Amendment can be downloaded by clicking here, or you can view the relevant information in the "Code and Standards" section ("Other materials" entry).
IFRA 41st Amendment Released
November 29, 2008
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