On Tuesday, Swiss group Givaudan, the world's leading fragrance and aroma manufacturer, reported a sales rise in the first nine months of the year, driven by fine perfumery and a renewed impetus in the catering sector.
Givaudan, the world’s top perfume and fragrance producer, has announced it will enlarge its production plant in Pedro Escobedo, in the state of Querétaro, Mexico, as it seeks to boost its Latin America growth.
Firmenich expects continued strong demand for the rest of 2021 after the Swiss maker of scents including Ariana Grande's R.E.M, Calvin Klein's CK One and Yves Saint Laurent Black Opium reported accelerating sales growth.
On Thursday, Swiss group Givaudan, the world's number one fragrance and aroma manufacturer, published sales data for the first nine months of the year. Exchange rate effects hampered growth, despite an improvement in Q3.