The rising profile of natural and organic fragranced products has paralleled increasing supply issues and certification complications, notes Tim Whiteley, global R&D director of CPL Aromas Ltd. Meanwhile, growing demands for green and sustainable products create new conflicts. Can natural and organic products be sustainable.
The Natural-Organic-Green-Sustainability Conundrum
May 23, 2011
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