Givaudan Company, currently considered as the world’s leading corporation in flavor and fragrance industry, was founded in 1895 in Lyon, France. In 1898, Givaudan moved to Geneva, Switzerland and constructed a factory in Vernier.
In 1946, Givaudan opened a perfumery school, which trained a third of the world’s creative perfumers. Givaudan’s flavors and fragrances are usually custom-made and sold under confidentiality agreements. The Company has locations in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, North America, Latin America and Asia Pacific.
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As the largest Company in flavors and fragrances industry, Givaudan commits itself to perform strictest health and quality controls on its products. All fragrances, in all price ranges, are officially approved by health authorities in respective countries. Outstanding quality control, complying with all health standards and hygienic protocols, and monitoring the condition in which fragrances are shipped and delivered show that Givaudan is truly caring about its customers and never sacrifices quality in favor of cost reduction.
Givaudan is currently operating with more than 15800 full-time employees in 181 offices around the world. Owning 77 production site and 69 fragrance creation centers prove that Givaudan is the pioneer of industry in the world. In 2020, despite Covid-19 pandemic, financial reports show that the Company had US $7.0 billion in revenue, an increase of 2% over the last period. Givaudan is investing more than 10% of its net revenue in Research & Development department to ensure that future will stay as brilliant as today for the Company.