International beauty major L’Oréal has launched a fragrance disclosure model designed to inform consumers of ingredients used across its entire global portfolio of brands and products, kickstarting with a US rollout.
Global flavor and fragrances manufacturer Givaudan has introduced DigiPulse to sniff out consumer perceptions of fine fragrances online. The social listening tool is an enhancement of the artificial intelligence-powered Carto, an intuitive and interactive...
An animal-free testing strategy for predicting skin sensitisation and allergen potency co-developed by chemistry major BASF and fragrance and flavour specialist Givaudan has been approved by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD),...
Biotechnology offers the opportunity for a more sustainable cosmetics industry, and wider acceptance of the technology will require giving consumers access to reliable information about the benefits, according to Givaudan.
The global flavors and fragrance company announced its new Delight collection this month, bringing to market fragrance molecules and bases developed in tandem with Givaudan flavorists. It’s a project that’s novel for both this cross-division collaboration...
The fragrance maker sources clove leaf oil from Madagascar and has just announced that this collection network meets environmental management objectives and fair trade standards, qualifying the supply as Fair for Life.
Givaudan has gone to new lengths to consolidate its lead within the
fragrance industry, with the announcement of a joint venture with
ChemCom to create a new company that will 'focus on the discovery
and delivery of innovative...
Having announced strong results for its fragrance division,
Givaudan says a focus on natural fragrances and research work that
centres on the activation process of fragrances should serve to
boost the company's position.
Swiss-based global fragrance and flavours giant Givaudan says that
a down-turn in its performance for the first six months of the year
was buouyed by a stronger showing from it international fragrance
Swiss supplier of fragrance ingredients Givaudan has decided to
start a new share buy back programme of up to 800,000 registered
shares - representing 10 per cent of the share capital, announced
the board of directors this week.