IFRA investigates alleged non-compliance with Standards
It has been publicly alleged that a finished product on the market contains a fragrance material that has been banned by the International Fragrance Association (IFRA) through its global Standards.
Fifth IFRA Compliance cycle is all clear
A test sample of fifty fragranced products, chosen at random from a selection of 450 marketed products from ten different countries, found that all fragrance formulations were compliant with the IFRA Code of Practice.
EU Regulation follows fragrance industry's voluntary global ban
The European Commission has just announced its decision to ban the fragrance material Musk xylene under the new European Chemicals Legislation REACH, bringing EU regulations in line with the global IFRA Standards.
IFRA Seminar - Fragrance in Our Lives A choice worth making
IFRA, in partnership with Prodarom, will be holding a seminar in Paris on the 9th September 2010 on the role fragrances play in our everyday lives.
IFRA Issues latest update to global fragrance regulations
The 45th Amendment to the IFRA Code of Practice has been officially issued and contains seven changes. There are three new Standards, one revised Standard, one revised and one new Specification, and one Prohibition.
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