Givaudan introduces natural perfume extracting mobile laboratory

10:23 AM, 7th April 2021
Givaudan’s newly launched perfume extracting lab, The Blossom Lab™ is designed from repurposed shipping containers and is able to travel by truck or boat to some of the most precious sites around the
Givaudan's newly launched perfume extracting lab, The Blossom Lab™ is designed from repurposed shipping containers and is able to travel by truck or boat to some of the most precious sites around the world.

VERNIER, SWITZERLAND: Givaudan introduces its Blossom Lab, a one-of-a-kind fully equipped mobile laboratory that allows to innovate naturals extraction techniques and craft new qualities of perfumery ingredients directly in the field, from the freshest plants. The Blossom Lab™ is designed from repurposed shipping containers in Grasse, France and will be able to travel by truck or boat for immersive research at the heart of nature's most precious sites around the world. Furthermore, Givaudan calls it a new ground breaking achievement in nature-conscious fragrance extraction.

“The Blossom Lab™ is an exciting advance in perfumery that brings a functional high-tech laboratory to work in a responsible way with nature’s freshest, most unique ingredients directly in the field. We are thrilled to explore the myriad possibilities offered by this innovation, which is fully aligned with our ambition to create sustainable and unparalleled new scents for consumers all around the world to enjoy,” said Maurizio Volpi, president Givaudan Fragrance & Beauty.

The one-of-a-kind mobile unit builds on Givaudan's unique 'Naturals at Origin' approach while supporting its Naturality Platform™, a pioneering approach that enables perfumers and customers to create nature-conscious fragrances. It is a natural extension of the company's purpose of 'creating for happier, healthier lives with love for nature' as it aims to optimise processes and reduce environmental impacts while enriching the perfumery palette with new sustainable naturals.

The Blossom Lab™ will be deployed initially in Grasse before carrying out innovation expeditions to leverage Givaudan's unique network of Naturals at Origin from Egypt to Sulawesi, Indonesia, taking a holistic approach to design new qualities of naturals in a way that is respectful of the environment.

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