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Dana Fragrances Eyes Growth Opportunities Under New Ownership

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Dana Classic Fragrances is launching three Hispanic scents in the U.S. to target an under-serviced customer, the company said. Herbissimo Mejorana, Herbissimo Té Verde and Musk by Dana are rolling out to the mass market this month

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