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Fragrance industry ‘trade secrets’ brought about EPA label

Fragrance industry ‘trade secrets’ brought about EPA label

Erin Switalski and Alex Scranton

The Hill

June 12, 2015

The EPA’s Safer Choices program has developed a certification label for products that are fragrance-free – which states that no ingredients that are used in fragrance are allowed to be used in the product.  Now, the fragrance industry’s leading trade association, the International Fragrance Association (IFRA), opposes the creation of the fragrance-free label claiming that the Safer Choice fragrance-free label would be misleading.

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