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Givaudan Opens Flavor Center in Shanghai

January 10, 2007

CHINA: Givaudan opened its new flavor center in Shanghai. The facility is one of the most modern and complete creation, technology and production centers in the flavor industry globally and is entirely dedicated to the Chinese market and its rising demand for leading flavor creations.

With its new flavor center, Givaudan can offer the full range of services to its local and multinational clients, operating in China, comprising flavor science, creation, application, sensory, consumer insight, marketing, key account management and state-of-the-art manufacturing.

The center also houses a flavorist school, where local talent is educated and trained based on Givaudan’s world-renowned flavorist training program. The new production unit triples the former capacit of the Zhang Jiang site. The Zhang Jiang site is being transformed into a fragrance only site, allowing Givaudan’s fragrance operations in China to double production.
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