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Bell Exhibits at NCA Show

September 11, 2007

MEXICO: Sunburnt Spice, Hawaiian Ginger and Paperwhite Blossom were among the nine new fragrances Bell Flavors & Fragrances showcased at the NCA Candle Show, held June 25-29 in Cancun, Mexico. Using a tropical theme complete with palm trees, the Bell booth welcomed visitors into a paradise of senses through fragrance-enhanced, brightly-colored candles. Bell’s own Scenti Masterbatch technology was featured in several of the candles.

Kara Engel from the Bell headquarters in Northbrook, IL and Javier Gomez from Bell Mexico represented the company at the annual trade show. The primary purpose of the NCA Candle Show is to introduce new candle and candle-related product developments to the industry.
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