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FiveCarbon Path™
Upcycling
Scentaurus®
Zap Malodour
Zurich Innovation Centre

Givaudan's FiveCarbon Path

FiveCarbon Path™
The future of molecular development using efficient carbon

Carbon atoms form the foundation of many fragrance molecules and are essential for fragrance creation. Givaudan launched its ‘FiveCarbon Path™’ which employs sustainable chemistry and biotechnology methods for the efficient use of carbon. The process maximises the odour-to-carbon ratio using renewable, biodegradable and upcycled carbon to deliver a far more efficient, high-impact material.

Givaudan's Akigalawood

Upcycling
Transforming waste into radically sweet smelling scents and cosmetic actives

Givaudan is paving exciting inroads into upcycling and extending the lifecycle of waste perfume materials. This has resulted in creative breakthroughs such as ‘I am Trash, Les Fleurs du Dechet’ from designer perfume brand Etat Libre d’Orange. This revolutionary fragrance uses upcycled ingredients including Rose NeoAbolute™, Akigalawood® and Apple Oil, an exclusive ingredient created from the exhausted pulp of juiced apples. This same approach was also used to create a sustainable beauty ingredient, Vetivyne™, made from the exhausted Haitian vetiver roots which are a side-stream of the production of vetiver oil for fragrances.

Givaudan's Scentaurus

Scentaurus®
Performant, long-lasting homecare fragrances to promote well-being

In 2006, Givaudan broke new ground in the industry by pioneering a longer-lasting fragrance molecule, known as a fragrance precursor. When in contact with air or water (such as for room sprays or detergents), the high-tech molecule releases new layers of fragrance with greater staying power that is highly appealing to consumers. The initial Scentaurus® range, in a tonka rose fragrance, was expanded in 2019 with new precursors: Scentaurus® Clean, Scentaurus® Juicy and Scentaurus® Berry. The range is produced using green chemistry principles which employ energy-efficient processes to reduce environmental pollution.


 

Zap Malodour
Zapping away unwanted malodours for added confidence

With more than 30 years of experience, Givaudan is able to leverage fragrance creation to influence consumer well-being, mood and emotions. Developed in our Health and Well-being Centre of Excellence in Ashford (UK), the ‘Zap Malodour’ platform is the largest in the industry to provide practical solutions to positively impact lives by combatting malodours on the body, fabrics and around the home.

Givaudan's Zurich Innovation Centre

Zurich Innovation Centre
Fostering a global innovation ecosystem

Home to the Science and Technology teams, pioneering research capabilities in chemistry, biotechnology, biocatalysis, sensory and application science are carried out here to develop sustainable and innovative ingredients for the future of fragrance. This CHF 120 million investment represents the Company’s intrinsic desire for innovation. It forms part of a global innovation ecosystem that is designed to leverage the Company’s broad expertise in fragrances, active cosmetic ingredients, flavours and natural solutions, and enables close collaboration and co-creation with customers, partners and start-ups.