The More Things Change … Reflecting on Fragrance Industry History

Gleason-Allured, Jeb
June 2012
Perfumer & Flavorist;Jun2012, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p6
The article explores the history of the fragrance industry. It mentions that the fragrance industry survived two World Wars, reshaping by ramifications such as the redistribution of natural ingredient production to North Africa from traditional European sources. In 1947, the American Society of Perfumers was formed to promote the science and art of perfumery and support professional development and an exchange of knowledge.


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