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Novacyl increases flavor and fragrances prices

November 30, 2012 | Lindsay Frost

Novacyl (Robbinsville, NJ) says it is increasing prices for its pharmaceutical and flavor and fragrances products, effective 1 January. The product line—including acetaminophen, aspirin, salicylic acid, methyl salicylate and other salicylate derivatives—will be increased between 3%-15% depending on the product and grade.   “This increase is an unavoidable consequence of the rising costs facing our industry,” says Kim Jones, general manager of Novacyl.”We will continue to aggressively control costs and maximize efficiencies...

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