Aroma chemicals enhance the flavor or fragrance in a wide range of consumer products. Our certified food-grade, IFRA (International Fragrance Association), natural, kosher, and halal ingredients undergo scientific analysis and dedicated testing to provide safe and high-quality aroma chemicals for product formulation and development. A collaborative approach towards qualified vendors and compliance with internationally recognized regulatory requirements helps you meet the requirements of your customer.
Support the natural designation of your formulation with our independently verified raw materials. Documentation supporting regulatory and quality compliance is available for all of our natural aroma chemicals. There are slight variations between US and European requirements for natural ingredients - all of our products meet EU Commission requirements, unless noted as US Natural.
Products certified as Kosher Parve are food and ingredients that conform to the regulations of Jewish dietary law. The Hebrew word kosher translates to mean right or proper. Within the kosher food classifications, there are three categories by which kosher food is classified: meat (fleishig), dairy (milchig), and pareve (neutral). Within each of those categories, further rules exist regarding the ways in which the food is handled and consumed. Regardless of the additional rules for consumption, any product that has been labeled as kosher indicates that the item meets the basic food product standards set by the Jewish dietary law. We ensure compliance with kosher manufacturing and packaging rules and offer more than 1,200 kosher-certified chemicals with a strong rabbinical partnership.
Our broad portfolio of aroma chemicals contains over 1,000 Halal products, certified by the Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America (IFANCA) to meet halal requirements. The meaning of Halal in consumer products refers to the permissibility of those ingredients for consumption or utilization by Muslims under Islamic Shariʻah (law). In relation to Halal food, the criteria specify both what foods are allowed and how the food must be prepared.
Fragrance ingredients are abundantly used in cosmetics and household products both to impart perfume or mask odors. Consumers’ connection with fragrance through olfactory memory create greater demand in the market. We are dedicated to providing high-quality aroma chemicals for fragrance formulation that align with IFRA (International Fragrance Association) recommendations.
The Good Scents Company started in 1980 as a fragrance concern located in the basement of my home. It quickly became clear that digging through file cabinets of paperwork and boxes of index cards was a barrier to acting on creative inspiration. I needed an system for rapid retrieval of information.