Symrise Wins German Sustainability Award 2012
• Winner in the “Germany’s Most Sustainable Initiatives” category
• Commitment to vanilla farming and farmers in Madagascar impresses jury
• Recognition for Symrise’s strategy of sustainable development more »
DQS has certified Symrise as a “Green Company.” Independent DQS auditors have assessed the internal processes in research, development, manufacturing and sales. The result: Symrise fulfills the international requirements...
With its 2012 corporate report, Symrise has decided to stop publishing separate annual and sustainability reports and is moving in the direction of integrated reporting. The company’s goals and strategy already are...
Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) ranks Symrise highly in its active approach to climate change. This is the conclusion the non-profit organization came to after having assessed 350 companies in Germany, Austria and...
Perseverance Pays Off
Ten years ago, two renowned companies merged to form Symrise. Three years later, the company went public... >> more
Cracking the Customer Code
What do consumers want? More than anything else, companies looking to develop the most fitting and advantageous products in highly competitive markets need the answer to this question... >> more
Sustainable Excellence with Vanilla
For over one hundred years, thousands of small-scale farmers in Madagascar, the island country off the East African coast, have been making their living by growing and selling vanilla... >> more
Menthol on Everyone’s Lips
Symrise invested € 16 million to expand the production of synthetic menthol at its headquarters in Holzminden... >> more
The new Center of Excellence in Granja Viana, Brazil, combines research and development, sensory and consumer insight, marketing and creation, sales and market research... >> more