Fragrance Creators Celebrates National Fragrance Day With Release of Its 2021 Im… – Press Release


WASHINGTON, March 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fragrance Creators Association announced today, National Fragrance Day, the top 11 impacts it delivered for business and the public in 2021. Through resolve, tenacity, clarity of purpose, and working as a collective, the association strengthened its leadership in all longstanding and new matters related to fragrance legislation, regulations, and more, ensuring every association position delivered good for people, perfume (profit), and the planet.  

Fragrance Creators described its membership as a values-driven, well-coordinated collective spanning highly diverse perspectives along the fragrance value chain. The association’s Impact Report detailed 11 meaningful and measurable results it delivered for business and the public. Among the impacts, Fragrance Creators expanded its member advocacy and support related to supply chain challenges; saved the industry hundreds of millions of dollars in tariffs and unnecessary regulatory costs related to import requirements; spearheaded industry coordination in response to updated volatile organic compound (VOC) limits in California; supported members’ efforts to comply with new ingredient disclosure laws; strengthened its trusted partnership with EPA; expanded its relationships by the Canadian government; grew the number of ingredient stories on The Fragrance Conservatory; and more.     

“2021 further validated that often it is in the most challenging of times, that good character shines,” said Robert Weinstein, Ph.D., Co-Chair of the Fragrance Creators Board of Directors and President & CEO of Robertet USA. “It’s extraordinary to see our entire membership—every single company—step up to ensure Fragrance Creators could accelerate our leadership in science-based fragrance advocacy with the utmost vigor, integrity and care.”

“2021 continued to introduce unprecedented challenges to the fragrance industry, and the world at large,” said Cynthia Reichard, Co-Chair of…