IFRA North America Gears Up For “Active” Year On Legislative Front
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Jennifer Abril, president of International Fragrance Association North America, identifies top priorities for the group in what is expected to be an active year for legislative and regulatory efforts impacting fragrance.
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