FCA Makes Statement Acknowledging National Economic Council

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The two groups discussed how the fragrance value chain could help advance Administration priorities.

Fragrance Creators Association (FCA) issued a statement from president and CEO Farah K. Ahmed recognizing the National Economic Council (NEC) for reconvening with association leaders, following a meeting in March on the Administration’s Made in America Executive Order.

Previously: Fragrance Creators Advancing Responsible Science with Biden Administration

Farah K. Ahmed said, "We are grateful for the opportunity to once again bring together Fragrance Creators leaders and the NEC to discuss how the fragrance value chain can help advance key Administration priorities. We appreciate the NEC’s interest in the fragrance value chain and our unique position—specifically, how we can deliver more R&D, innovation and value-driven manufacturing in America while ensuring human, community and environmental needs are prioritized and justly integrated, both here and around the world.

"Fragrance Creators members remain committed to bringing the appropriate expertise and industry parties to the table as we work with the Administration toward our mutual goal of advancing U.S. competitiveness and a sustainable economy. As responsible industry stewards, our members believe businesses have an obligation to come together—as an industry and with all stakeholders—to tackle the challenges of today and tomorrow."

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