This Toolbox provides resources for signatory companies on implementing a series of Commitments outlined in the Charter - with information on good practices, an opportunity to share good practice, details of legal/regulatory frameworks and sustainability tools/programs, and international disclosure standards.
We foster the economic health of farmers and local communities with fair and long-term partnerships.
We promote respectful labor practices in line with human rights and international labor standards.
We aspire to protect, restore and promote sustainable use of ecosystems.
We apply measures to efficiently manage resources such as water and energy, reduce GHG emissions, and support the integration of circular economy principles.
The tools for Commitment 2.2 are divided according to different resource management priorities.
We make employees’ health and workplace safety a priority.
We aspire to ensure equal opportunities and fair treatment of all employees, and promote diversity and inclusion.
We provide opportunities to upgrade professional skills through training and development.
The IFRA Code of Practice is the global fragrance industry's commitment to promoting the safe use of fragrance for everyone’s enjoyment. It applies to all IFRA members worldwide and covers the manufacture and handling of all fragrance materials, for all types of applications.
The Code of Practice has been shared with regulatory bodies and other stakeholders and is recognized in regulations or guidance documents issued by authorities around the world.
The IFRA Code of Practice has three obligations: comply with external regulation; apply the IFRA Standards (which ban, limit or set criteria for the use of certain ingredients); and adhere to good operating practices.
The IOFI Code of Practice consists of information describing best practices regarding the safety, composition, manufacture, description and labeling of flavorings.
The application of the Code of Practice does not relieve individual manufacturers or users of flavorings from the obligation to comply with all local, national, or international regulations that pertain to their operations. These regulations take precedence over this Code.
In those countries where specific legislation and regulations applicable to flavorings are not in force, the Code of Practice may serve as a best practices resource.
We do not tolerate anti-competitive behavior, corruption and bribery practices within our business and our Members are committed to complying with the IFRA-IOFI Antitrust Compliance Policy.
We communicate about our activities according to international reporting standards and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
We enhance stakeholder dialogue and collaboration throughout the value chain, including with other businesses, NGOs and governments, to address shared areas of interest.