Flavors and fragrances: Lux Competitive Benchmark for midsized companies and key industry trends

The flavors and fragrances industry includes divisions of large corporations, but is heavily composed of midsized companies, with the top 10 ranging from $438 million to $5.06 billion in revenue. It is a dynamic space, at the intersection of consumer packaged goods (CPG) and the chemical industry, a...

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