Flavors and fragrances companies continue their foray into the developing Asian market

We have reported previously about how the flavors and fragrances (F&F) industry is steadily moving towards consolidation, with numerous mergers and acquisitions having taken place in the past three years (see the August 18, 2014 LRFNJ). One of the principal driving factors behind this phenomenon ...

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