Fragrance industry identifies possible challenges ahead to meet the objectives of the Green Deal
A new study on the business impact of the EU Commission’s proposed Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability put the fragrance industry at crossroads, with transformations needed to safeguard and promote prosperity of the sector in Europe
IFRA publishes updated global Transparency List of fragrance ingredients
IFRA has published the latest edition of its Transparency List, an overview of the ingredients used to create fragrance mixtures employed by consumer goods companies in personal care products, home care products and fine fragrance worldwide.
IFRA co-hosts five-day course on the Art of Sustainable Perfumery
The International Fragrance Association is hosting a five-day online course on the Art of Sustainable Perfumery from 22-26 November, focused on people working in the fragrance industry in India and students aspiring to work in the industry in the future.
Positive results in first fragrance and flavor Sustainability Report
More than 100 companies contribute to first ‘state of play’ analysis of F&F industry sustainability actions, with more than two in every three companies who responded to a survey, representing more than 90 per cent of the F&F market, already addressing the sustainability challenges outlined in the five Focus Areas of the IFRA-IOFI Sustainability Charter.
IFRA welcomes new Regional Director Europe
The International Fragrance Association (IFRA) has bolstered its European team by welcoming Aurélie Perrichet as Regional Director.
IFRA gives cautious welcome to new EU chemicals strategy
The 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.
IFRA becomes member of leading Indian business body
The International Fragrance Association (IFRA) 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.
Fragrance and flavor industries launch new Charter committing to a more sustainable future
Nearly one hundred companies have signed a new life-cycle industry initiative promoting sustainable development in the flavor and fragrance sectors.
Going beyond the pandemic and shaping the ‘new normal’
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.
The fragrance industry urges governments to recognize essential role of sector in fight against coronavirus
The industry's key role in the supply chain for cleaning and disinfecting products, and for hydroalcoholic gels, qualifies its manufacturing facilities as ‘critical infrastructure’.
Fragrance industry renews pledge to multi-stakeholder partnership for consumer protection
Senior parliamentarians have welcomed the renewed commitment of the international fragrance industry to a multi-stakeholder partnership focused on the safety of fragrance allergens.
Work on the science of fragrance allergens progresses to protect consumers
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.
IFRA commits to integrate non-animal data in skin sensitization risk assessment
Today, at the third Annual Review of the IDEA Project (International Dialogue for the Evaluation of Allergens), held under the auspices of the European Commission (DG SANTE) the industry has confirmed its commitment to alternative approaches to animal testing.
EU Commission reviews fragrance allergens program
The second Annual Review of the IDEA Project (International Dialogue for the Evaluation of Allergens) was organized in Luxembourg by DG SANCO (Directorate C, Health) on December 17th.
IFRA welcomes the EU proposed measures on fragrance allergens
The EU Commission has published its proposed measures designed to enhance the protection of consumers from potential fragrance allergens. The measures are now open for public consultation.