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Global fragrance sector welcomes new member at inaugural Annual Meeting

The International Fragrance Association has further expanded its global scope with the addition of the Chilean Flavour and Fragrance Association as a national association member.
Guidance documents

IFRA Analytical method to quantify 57 suspected allergens (and isomers) in ready to inject fragrance materials by GC-MS

The present method allows the laboratory to identify and to quantify the volatile compounds which are suspected to be allergens in fragrance compositions and raw materials used in cosmetic products. The analysis is performed by GC-MS on matrix samples which are “ready to be injected” and which are compatible with gas chromatography.
Guidance documents

IFRA-PRODAROM LC-MS Analytical Method for quantification of atranol and chloratranol in moss extracts

The method allows measuring low levels of atranol and chloroatranol. The range of investigation starts from a few ppm to 100 ppm for each material (maximum level recommended by IFRA in the respective Standards for Oak moss and Tree moss).
Press release

Work on the science of fragrance allergens progresses to protect consumers

Today, at the fourth Annual Review of IDEA (International Dialogue for the Evaluation of Allergens), held under the auspices of the European Commission (DG SANTE) there was a full review of the work carried out so far by the various working groups and priorities for future work were set.
Guidance documents

Translations of EFEO IFRA Guidelines on the Environmental Assessment of NCSs

The purpose of these documents is to provide guidance to member companies on the regulatory requirements for the environmental assessment of natural complex substances ("NCS"), including for the purposes of their classification and labelling, REACH registration and for the assessment of their possible persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic ('PBT') and very persistent and very bioaccumulative ('vPvB') properties.
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