Earlier this month, the fragrance industry event took place in Miami Beach, Florida, and according to reports from the organizer was very well attended and sparked a lot of discussion about sustainability in the perfume business.
Cosmetics Design has plenty of dedicated webinar events and special newsletterslined up for you in 2015. This article highlights what we have in store and also serves as an invitation for event speakers and comment from experts.
Technology provider Spero Energy is commercializing technology that creates high-value, renewable chemicals used in the flavor and fragrance industry from wood lignin, which could mean a more environmentally-friendly way of producing the perfume ingredient.
A unique event exploring the concept of scent as a ‘new territory for design’ took place last month in New York, bringing together leading creatives, students, scientists and experts from the fragrance industry.
Continuing its pledge to reform the fragrance industry with its
revised code of practice, the IFRA has released a revised
Quantitative Risk Assessment booklet in a bid to educate the
industry further on the recent 42nd amendment.
On-going industry misgivings that the International Fragrance
Association's (IFRA) recent 40th amendment directly
alienates smaller businesses has prompted the president of the
association to retaliate against such accusations.
The International Fragrance Association (IFRA) has hit back at a
recent appeal by Cropwatch to boycott its recently published 40th
Amendment for its voluntary code of practise, over worries that it
will alienate the smaller industries...
The International Fragrance Association (IFRA) has announced today
that the first ever completely revised new Code of Practice has
been issued, giving rise to major implications for the Fragrance