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NYC Mayor Sniffs Out Frutarom Fragrance, Solves the ‘Great Maple Syrup Mystery’

12:00 PM MST | February 6, 2009 | Esther D'Amico

Frutarom Industries (Haifa, Israel) was said to be surprised yesterday when the New York City mayor named the flavor and fragrance manufacturer’s North Bergen, NJ plant as the long-sought-after source of the “mysterious but harmless maple syrup odors” wafting over Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The company did not return calls for comment by CW presstime. Some New Yorkers have periodically notified city officials since October 2005 about the scent, which stems from what the mayor’s office now identifies as the processing of fenugreek...

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