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CSPA Seeks Product Ingredient Submissions

April 4, 2013

• The Consumer Specialty Products Association’s (CSPA) Nomenclature Committee is calling for companies that formulate household or institutional products to submit their proprietary and non-proprietary ingredients, with their trade names and supplier information, for inclusion in the upcoming second update to the second edition of the CSPA Consumer Product Ingredient Dictionary.

In addition to being a key component for industry’s ingredient communication effort, the dictionary serves as a technical resource for both product marketers and ingredient suppliers, particularly those engaged in product formulation, regulatory compliance and material purchasing, according to CSPA.
The deadline for ingredient applications to be included in the next edition of Consumer Product Ingredient Dictionary is May 3.

More info: www.cspa.org
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