Natural fragrance trends
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryGrowth in "niche" markets for essential oils and natural extracts should average 6% per year over the next five years, while the U.S. fragrance market is growing marginally at around 2.5%, Aromatic International's John Corley said at the HBA PCITX Advanced Technical Conference in New York City April 13-14. Natural personal care market is expected to reach sales of $9.6 bil. by 2005, up from $4.5 bil. in 2002, he added...
You may also be interested in...
Sanofi seeks to delay decision clearing path for Mylan's Lantus biosimilar; says it should be able to get rehearing based on Federal Circuit's ruling that PTAB judges were not constitutionally appointed.
First Circuit reverses dismissal of direct purchasers' suit alleging improper listing of patent on device drive mechanism delayed competition; district court to decide if this constitutes antitrust violation.
Brands unfairly maligned by powerful influencers, strictly on behalf of paying competitors, could have occasion to broach the subject with the US Federal Trade Commission, which seeks comment on its “Endorsement Guides” in an increasingly complex and competitive, digitized advertising environment.