Top story: IFRA gives cautious welcome to new EU chemicals strategy

14 October 2020 » ‚ÄčThe International Fragrance Association has given a cautious welcome to the publication of a new EU chemicals strategy, signaling its willingness to contribute to plans that support environmental protection and innovation and that are based on sound science.

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IFRA becomes member of leading Indian business body


24 August 2020 » The International Fragrance Association has joined the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) as it works to promote the safe use and enjoyment of fragrance in India.

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IFRA joins cross-industry call on EU chemicals rules


9 July 2020 » Nineteen industry associations have asked the European Commission President not to fundamentally reform the REACH chemicals legislation as part of its Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability.

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Fragrance and flavor industries launch new Charter committing to a more sustainable future


1 July 2020 » Nearly one hundred fragrance and flavor companies have signed an ambitious new Charter seeking to improve sustainability across the two industries.

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IFRA joins cross-industry call on EU chemicals rules


9 July 2020 » The International Fragrance Association has joined a cross-industry call to the European Commission not to overhaul the European Union's chemical rules.

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Fragrance and flavor industries launch new Charter committing to a more sustainable future


1 July 2020 » Nearly one hundred fragrance and flavor companies have signed an ambitious new Charter seeking to improve sustainability across the two industries.

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IFRA welcomes new Board members


12 June 2020 » The Board of Directors of the International Fragrance Association welcomed two new women members at its online meeting on Friday 5 June.

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Going beyond the pandemic and shaping the ‘new normal’


22 April 2020 » We are still counting the human cost of the coronavirus pandemic, but the time is coming for industry leaders to shape our post-COVID-19 world, says IFRA Chairman Hans Holger Gliewe.

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New IFRA Chair and Board of Directors take office


1 April 2020 » Hans Holger Gliewe has taken office as the new Chairman of The International Fragrance Association. Hans Holger now heads a body including representatives of the seven multinational Regular Members of IFRA and of the Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America regions.

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The fragrance industry urges governments to recognize essential role of sector in fight against coronavirus


23 March 2020 » The global fragrance industry is calling on governments to include factories manufacturing fragrance as ‘critical infrastructure’ or ‘essential business’ in combating the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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A new chapter for Britain and Europe


31 January 2020 » Brexit Day is here: a unique and significant moment in the history of the United Kingdom and Europe. Now is the time to focus on what's next.

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Helping people to enjoy fragrance with confidence: IFRA announces revisions to global safe use initiative


10 January 2020 » The International Fragrance Association (IFRA), the global body representing fragrance ingredient manufacturers and compounders, has today published the latest update to its flagship fragrance safe use program, the IFRA Standards.

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Scent and sound


30 September 2019 » To mark International Podcast Day on 30 September, we have put together a small selection of podcasts and radio programs about scent, smell, fragrance and perfume.

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Fragrance makes the difference: new study highlights social and economic value of fragrance industry


13 June 2019 » Fragrance boosts the value of consumer goods such as perfumes, cosmetics and cleaning products by up to ten times, according to a global report published today. ‘The Value of Fragrance’ shows that the manufacturing of fragrance ingredients alone adds €7.2bn to the economy and is responsible for between €48bn and €72bn in Value Added for 25 consumer product categories.

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