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MCI Hires Leticia Ortiz as Managing Director for Mexico

MCI, Miritz Citrus Intercontinental LLC, has appointed Leticia Ortiz as the managing director for Mexico.

Bell Opens Culinary Center at Headquarters

In Northbrook, Illinois, Bell opened a culinary center at its headquarters to help with the growing industry and consumer support and service.

Diversifying F&F Growth

Tasting future success or just smelling higher exit valuations? The reality of recent F&F merger and acquisition activity and its implications on future industry dynamics.

Frutarom Shoots For New M&A Record, Purchases Vietnam’s Western Flavors

Frutarom is set to break its M&A record this year by purchasing the majority stake in Vietnamese Western Flavors Fragrances Production for $1.3 million.

In Memoriam: Eugene Grisanti

After battling with cancer, Eugene (Gene) Grisanti, former FEMA president and CEO of International Flavors and Fragrances, passed away on March 29, 2017.

Bell Hires Chemist and Marketing Manager

Delphine Perdon Rupnow and Sandra Aparicio have been hired as the new senior analytical chemist for Bell headquarters and the marketing manager for Bell LATAM, respectively.

Firmenich Begins Construction on Flavor Plant in China

Firmenich announced that it will begin construction on a flavor production facility that will allow improved customer service across China.

Firmenich Becomes Supply Chain Leader in DACH

Firmenich has been named the DACH region’s supply chain leader for Germany, Austria and Switzerland by the CDP.

Evolva and Takasago Alliance Complete Second Milestone

Evolva has reached its second milestone with its alliance partner, Takasago, by preparing to launch target ingredients and continue the collaboration into future phases.

Bell F&F Promotions & Retirement

Bell promoted Diego Navia and Cecilia Paredes and announced the retirement of Hildemaro Montejo after 22 years.

Quimdis Relocates to Grasse

Quimdis will move to new facilities in Grasse, France in March, where they are expected to expand their capabilities.

Blue Bell President to Retire

After helping navigate Blue Bell Creameries from a food safety crisis in 2015, Paul Kruse will retire and pass the company on to the first person outside of the Kruse family.

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