Givaudan

Givaudan targets SMEs with IMCD tie-up

Givaudan targets SMEs with IMCD tie-up

By Katy Askew

Ingredients group Givaudan aims to make its flavour technology more accessible to small- and medium-sized food and drink businesses in Western Europe through a strategic tie-up with distributor IMCD.

Givaudan sales growth slips on lower perfume demand

Givaudan sales growth slips on lower perfume demand

By Caroline SCOTT-THOMAS

Swiss flavour and fragrance giant Givaudan has reported a 2.7% increase in sales in the first quarter of 2013, aided by strong gains in snacks and drinks – but the company still missed analyst estimates, on poor fine fragrance sales.

Givaudan confident about price increase strategy

Givaudan confident price hikes will offset crippling input costs

By Jane Byrne

Flavours and fragance house Givaudan, while posting third quarter results, said its decision to increase its prices will soften the impact of higher raw material input costs for products such as citrus and orange oil in 2011 and fully cover them in 2012.

Mixed fortunes for Givaudan as high costs and currency rates counter growth in snacks, dairy and beverages

Givaudan profits slump despite flavours growth

By Nathan Gray

Flavour and fragrance firm Givaudan’s first half net profits crashed by 40 per cent as raw material costs and record currency rates take their toll on the Swiss company, despite good local growth in its flavours businesses.

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