Fragrances - US - September 2011
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The recent declines in the U.S. fragrance market slowed significantly in 2010 and estimates point to 2011 posting the first market increases since before the recession. Led by growth in the men’s fragrance sector, which surpassed sales of the women’s sector for the first time in more than five years, FDMx sales are estimated to reach $827 million by the end of 2011. Along with this sales uptick, responses to Mintel’s custom survey point to a growing consumer base, reporting increased ownership and fragrance use across all segments. This report provides in-depth analysis of these factors, as well as close examination of the following:
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