Arylessence goes organic
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryFragrance and flavor house Arylessence now offers 100% certified organic fragrances - "high-end solutions that add a new dimension to natural and organic products, capturing the interest of today's informed consumers and reflecting the strictest interpretation of the terms 'natural' and 'organic,'" President Steve Tanner states Sept. 24. Firm works with notes running the gamut from contemporary "green" fruit, citrus and herbs to traditional spices, florals and woods. Arylessence is certified as an organic provider according to U.S. Department of Agriculture standards, company notes
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