The transaction will bring to the Swiss flavors and fragrance supplier an added naturals savoir-faire plus strengthen its access to local and regional customers, it said.
The supplier has invested about 100 million Swiss francs into the 844,440-square-foot facility due to be operational in 2020.
The Singapore-based unit, which is to have a 5,555-square-foot footprint and four levels, will be operational in 2018.
Coffee beans, coconut and broccoli were everywhere.
During the annual Flower Show, the retailer’s first pop-up installation is meant to give customers a 3-D olfactive experience.
Farms and processing plants were damaged, threatening future exports of the prime fragrance ingredient.
Surgical bone cement played a role in the creation of No. 3, an eau de toilette that’s rolling out to Neiman Marcus, Lord & Taylor and Nordstrom.
The unit is part of the Swiss fragrance and flavors supplier’s drive for sustainable sourcing.