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Art and Olfaction Awards Announces 2019 Winners

The sixth annual Art and Olfaction Awards announced its winners, during a ceremony on May 2, 2019, at The Oude Kerk in Amsterdam.

IFF Reports Q1 2019 Financial Results

For the quarter, the company posted $1.3 billion in net sales, a 39% increase from $931.0 million in 2018. This includes sales from its Frutarom business.

IFF Establishes Creative Fine Fragrance Site in Grasse

The L’Atelier du Parfumeur will provide a space for perfumers and customers to collaborate together.

Givaudan Completes Albert Vieille Acquisition

“It is a very exciting day for Givaudan as we welcome Albert Vieille into the Givaudan family. Their know-how, talent, and capabilities in natural ingredients will greatly contribute to our 2020 strategy,” said Gilles Andrier, CEO of Givaudan.

Juliette Has a Gun Releases Vanilla Vibes

Created by French perfumer Romano Ricci, this scent features top notes of fleur de sel; heart notes of natural vanilla absolute and an orchid absolute; and bottom notes of sandalwood, Tonak bean, brown musks and bezoin absolute.

Symrise Releases Q1 2019 Results, Posts 9.3% Sales Growth

For the quarter, the company saw sales increase by 9.3 % to €848.8 million, as opposed to €776.9 million from Q1 2018.

Building Complexity With Symrise AG's Filbertone

This Ingredient enriches fruit notes and build complexities in citrus, sandalwood and gourmand compositions.

May 2019: Vanilla

Get the latest vanilla ingredients with Perfumer & Flavorist's May 2019 product roundup.

Adding Elegance With Bedoukian Research's Nuezate

The ingredient provides walnut, woody and fur notes and can enhance gourmand and fougere types of fragrance compositions.

Fragrance Futurology: 10 Ways Farm-to-Table Will Impact Perfume’s Next Decade

"Farm-to-bottle" is the obvious evolution of today’s global appetite for perfumery naturals. Watch out for some of the supply chain subtleties so you don’t get left behind.

Rose Oils: History and Socio-Economic Impact

The author examines the socio-economic impact of rose oil production and how it supports farmers in Turkey, Bulgaria and other countries.

Authentication of a Flavoring Substance: The Vanillin Case

As vanilla remains a popular taste and scent around the world, the global vanillin market is responding to increasing demands for naturals, while also addressing regulatory and adulteration issues.

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