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California Passes 'Right To Know' Bill, Offering Fragrance Disclosure Model

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Cleaning product legislation en route to Governor Jerry Brown's desk does not affect cosmetics, but includes a framework for fragrance ingredient disclosure reached through extensive industry/NGO negotiations. The model could inspire other states, as well as major retailers seeking fragrance transparency from cosmetic brands they carry.

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