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by Lebermuth, on Aug 12, 2019
The International Fragrance Association (IFRA) Code of Practice will soon implement changes to its 49th Amendment as early as the first week of September 2019.
WHAT IS THIS AND WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
The IFRA Code of Practice is the fragrance industry’s commitment to providing products that are safe for consumers and respect the environment. The IFRA Standards form the basis of the Code of Practice and is the globally recognized self-regulated management system for the safe use of fragrance materials.Read Story
by Lebermuth, on Aug 01, 2019
Lucky for you, Lebermuth is here to help you understand the current situation,
why the change was needed, and how Lebermuth is uniquely positioned to help you remain compliant.
by Lebermuth, on Jul 23, 2019
CONSUMERS WANT INNOVATION.
#1 EXOTIC FRUITS
Either individually or paired with other fruits, exotic fruits are making their way into the mainstream.
by Lebermuth, on Jul 17, 2019
Essential Oils has been the core of Lebermuth since we were founded in 1908. It's importance to our core as evolved over time and is the foundation to our Fragrance & Flavor divisions. Our vast knowledge, expertise and staff provide us the ability to utilize many of the components of nature's gift to create aromatic & flavorful solutions for our customers. We couldn't help but support Cosmetics & Toiletries featured article on Essential Oils History & Production.Read Story
by Lebermuth, on Jul 11, 2019
Alan Brown travels to Sicily to visit to one of our Organic Mandarin Oil farmers.Read Story
by Lebermuth, on Jul 09, 2019
WHAT ARE POWDER FLAVORS?Read Story
by Lebermuth, on Jun 30, 2019
SOUTH BEND — The story has all the trappings of a biblical parable: In 1908, Morris Brown — a merchant not too long removed from his roots in Russia — came upon a stranded farmer in a remote corner of Bremen.
by Lebermuth, on Jun 18, 2019
Imagine your favorite perfume. How would you describe it? You may say that it has a hint of grapefruit and bergamot orange mixed with flowers. Or maybe you would describe it as an intense and spicy patchouli with woody notes and a hint of musk. You'd sound like a perfume pro using this verbiage to describe the fragrances Clinique's Happy and Dolce&Gabbanna's Velvet Patchouli. This verbiage is referred to as the fragrance pyramid.Read Story