A new report prepared by PwC for The International Fragrance Association (IFRA) shows fragrance provides €7.2bn in Value Added and can boost value of consumer products by factor of ten.
Senior parliamentarians have welcomed the renewed commitment of the international fragrance industry to a multi-stakeholder partnership focused on the safety of fragrance allergens.
The International Fragrance Association (IFRA) launched its Asia- Pacific branch office on Monday with a promise to renew its focus on safety, sustainability and partnerships in the region.
The International Fragrance Association has further expanded its global scope with the addition of the Chilean Flavour and Fragrance Association as a national association member.
Today, at the fourth Annual Review of IDEA (International Dialogue for the Evaluation of Allergens), held under the auspices of the European Commission (DG SANTE) there was a full review of the work carried out so far by the various working groups and priorities for future work were set.