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What makes an F&F product memorable? Depth. Layer. Texture. And its coinciding political climate.
In a recent report, it was projected that the global aroma chemical market will grow at a rate of 5% CAGR for the next four years. Contributing factors to the growth are changing consumer trends, a rise in disposable income and an increase in attention to naturals.
In a recent case study, IFRA examined the unintended consequences that European chemical regulations had on lavender farmers and essential oil producers.
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.
As natural materials’ price volatility in the marketplace leads to adulteration, innovative authentication techniques may provide stability in quality control.
How does the fragrance industry protect products that perfumers, chemists and formulators create? Historically, the focus was on keeping secrets.
Citral and citronellol facilities have been mechanically completed by BASF PETRONAS in Kuantan, Malaysia, making it possible for further production of a key intermediate for aroma ingredients.
This year's congress brought together more than 1,100 attendees worldwide to discuss what makes "scents" in fragrance sustainability.
The third and final REACH registration deadline for essential oil substances is May 31, 2018.
Mengesha will serve as the associate director of external affairs for IFRA North America.