Making every drop count
How to produce the same high-quality ingredients for flavours and fragrances while using less water? A look at some of the innovative ways our sites are making every drop count.
The protein revolution
After water, protein is the most important macro-nutrient on earth for human existence and health. Givaudan is now applying its holistic expertise, and partnering with external experts in this field, to create delicious high protein products that may just change the future food landscape.
Tougher regulations: obligation or opportunity?
An ever-changing regulatory landscape is driving manufacturers to use more environmentally friendly ingredients, by way of changing materials or formulations. The challenge is how to react quickly to these new legislations and how to design replacements – whilst maintaining business as usual for customers.
Early testing for a superior innovation pipeline
Innovations that enable the early testing of molecules have a wide range of benefits for customers, consumers and the environment.
Green chemistry in action
In recent years, the principles of green chemistry, and in particular the emerging field of bioscience research, have been actively applied as a key approach to sustainable innovation at Givaudan.
Adventure and exploration around the globe
From the 1700s, when tall ships carried perfumes and oils across the oceans, to the 1930s and 40s, when famed researcher Ernest Guenther travelled the world in search of the best sources of essential oils, adventure and exploration has been deep in Givaudan’s roots.
Making a positive difference by renewed eco-efficiency commitments
We have been tackling our eco-efficiency targets to limit the impact of our activities on the environment for some time, and now we are setting more ambitious goals for 2020.
Staying beautiful longer: Building our ACI business
Our cutting-edge range of active cosmetic ingredients is the beauty of science, inspiring well-being.
A love affair with citrus: An inspiring consumer trend
Consumers love citrus. From oranges and lemons to grapefruit and limes, citrus is used every day in juices, fizzy drinks, tea and cooking. It is truly a global flavour favourite.
Mapping the regulatory landscape for sourcing
Due to the ever-increasing need for sustainable products, Givaudan is faced with challenges that come with a constantly shifting global regulatory landscape.
Madagascar, partnering for sustainable clove leaf oil
Think Madagascar, think a lush tropical island famous for its vibrant and exotic wildlife and flora.
Transforming traditions for the future
In Andalusia, Spain, traditional methods of processing the fragrant Cistus Labdanum gum were out-dated and not optimised for local workers or the environment. Something had to be done. Read our progress report.
Fly with us over the fragrant fields of France
Stunning new technology takes you closer to our passion.
Connect, chat and change at key events
Givaudan’s presentations at the World Perfumery Congress and the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit in 2014 spoke of a future with challenges, but one where our industry is coming up roses. Here we explain why attending these events is so important.
Doing more to impact less
2014 saw another strong set of results against our 2020 eco-efficiency targets. When Givaudan began its sustainability journey at the turn of the century, eco-efficiency was central to our efforts. As global awareness around climate change passed from scientific communities into popular consciousness, we recognised the part we had to play in minimising the effects of CO2 emissions.