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IFRA Offers EU Parliament A ‘Sense Of Reality’ On Fragrance Issues

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Members of the European Parliament, the European Commission and the fragrance industry are making headway in efforts to achieve consensus regarding sensitive fragrance issues and the development of “effective” legislation that promotes consumer confidence along with competition. IFRA’s recent “Sense of Reality” exhibition at the European Parliament in Brussels highlighted the art and science of fragrance creation as well as the importance of trade secrets in the sector.

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