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Flavor and Fragrance Specialties: Robert C. Frantzen, Ed Duderich, Tamara Harris and Todd McClendon

January 10, 2007

Flavor and Fragrance Specialties:
Flavor and Fragrance Specialties has announced new additions to the organization. Robert C. Frantzen joins in the newly created position of fragrance business unit director. Prior to joining FFS, Mr. Frantzen held senior management positions with Aroma Tech and Rhodia.

Ed Duderich has been named senior buyer for FFS. Mr. Duderich brings more than eight years of experience in the flavor and fragrance industry to this position. Previously he was the strategic sourcing buyer for Chr. Hansen, Inc.

Tamara Harris has joined the fragrance department at FFS as fragrance
applications technician. Ms. Harris has more than five years of applications experience.

Todd McClendon has joined FFS as a shipping clerk. Ruth Vassey has joined as a quality control technician and Angela Kraft as quality control clerk.
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