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Fragrance Industry Wafts Policy Concerns To Key Congress Members

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

International Fragrance Association North America reps and members met in late May with sponsors of the Personal Care Products Safety Act, among other US Congress members, to discuss disclosure concerns, tax reform and other top-of-mind issues for the fragrance industry in the new political environment.

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