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Firmenich to Acquire Agilex Fragrances

Expanding further into the United States, Firmenich acquires Agilex Fragrances, of Piscataway, New Jersey. The deal is expected to close by the end of the year and financial terms have not been released.

Meeting Perfume at the Crossroads With The Institute for Art & Olfaction

The Institute for Art and Olfaction (IAO) offers an intimate space for one to explore fragrance and develop a personal language with fragrance.

IFRANA Urges D.C. Regulations That Make 'Scents'

US fragrance creators came together in Washington, D.C, to advocate for the protection of fragrance jobs and stress the industry's commitment to safety and consumer choice.

Cold Pressed: Not Just for Juice Anymore

OZNaturals launched a new cold-process formulation method to eliminate the need for heat and harmful chemicals. OZNaturals is slowly working to manufacture its entire product line to cold-processed skincare

[Podcast] Perfume as Art With The Institute for Art & Olfaction

In the first Two Sense podcast, Perfumer & Flavorist sat down with the founder and director of the Institute for Art & Olfaction and discussed the art of perfume and scent's role in society.

Fresh Summer Fragrances Are Mint to Be

Move over, gourmand. Fresh, airy and unexpected scent combinations are popular for summer 2017.

Patent Pick: Sticking it to Air Care

A new patent from Firmenich explores volatile-releasing gels to sanitize the surrounding air. Application uses include freshening kitchens, bathrooms, toilets, garbage bins or pet litters; and more specifically in shower areas, wash-basins, sinks, toilets, urinals, fabric washing machines and the like, where water flows repeatedly.

SC Johnson Boosts Transparency with Allergen Disclosure

Following growing industry transparency, SC Johnson has released a list of 368 potential skin allergens in its products in efforts to push standards forward.

Forward Thinking: Fragrances of the Moment

Fine fragrance continues to be a competitive landscape, with a plethora of fragrance applications and choices across all distributions. With a myriad of options, consumers are no longer confined to fine fragrance for a memorable fragrance experience.

Formulating Synthetics the Microbial Way

New genetic engineering techniques are making it possible to produce more and more chemical-derived synthetic compounds through biological routes.

Extracting the Essence: Comparing Vanilla and Cocoa Processes

Understanding the similarities and differences in biochemistry, chemistry and curing processes of vanilla and cocoa may offer insight into producing high-quality materials.

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