AHPA creates botanical committee
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryThe American Herbal Products Association will establish a Botanical Personal Care Products Committee to "promote and protect the responsible commerce of essential oils and personal care products containing botanical ingredients," the trade group announces April 25. The committee is open to all AHPA members, but companies with personal care products, cleaning products, essential oils or any product with essential oils and other botanical ingredients are especially encouraged to join...
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