/C O R R E C T I O N -- FrontFour Capital Group LLC/

             /C O R R E C T I O N -- FrontFour Capital Group LLC/

PR Newswire

GREENWICH, Conn., April 24, 2014

In the news release, FrontFour Comments On Preliminary Results Of Sensient's
Annual Meeting Of Shareholders, issued 24-Apr-2014 by FrontFour Capital Group
LLC ("FrontFour") over PR Newswire, we are advised by FrontFour that the
original release contained a paragraph which misstated the preliminary
election results. The complete, corrected release follows:

  FrontFour Comments On Preliminary Results Of Sensient's Annual Meeting Of
  Shareholders

    High Withhold Votes for Incumbent Directors and Rejection of Company's
    Say-on-Pay Proposal Sends Clear Message to Sensient Board that Change is
    Needed

    FrontFour Thanks Shareholders for Their Significant Support

GREENWICH, Conn., April 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- FrontFour Capital Group LLC,
together with its affiliates ("FrontFour"), today commented on the preliminary
results of the Annual Meeting of Shareholders (the "Annual Meeting") of
Sensient Technologies Corporation (NYSE:SXT) (the "Company" or "Sensient")
held earlier today. Although the results of the election were extremely
close, based on the preliminary vote count, FrontFour's slate of
highly-qualified nominees were not elected at the Annual Meeting. The
Company's proposal to approve the compensation of its named executive
officers, often referred to as a "Say-on-Pay" vote, was, however, handedly
rejected by shareholders.

Stephen Loukas of FrontFour commented, "We would like to thank the
shareholders who voted for us for their overwhelming support. Although we are
disappointed that our nominees were not elected to the Board, we believe that
shareholders of Sensient have sent a clear message for change to the Board.
Given the significant 'WITHHOLD' votes received by a majority of the Board,
including those that were not targeted by us, and shareholders' rebuke of the
Board-approved compensation package for its senior executives, we hope that
the Board will take immediate action to reform its corporate governance and
executive pay practices and improve on its operating results."

"We continue to believe that the Board is responsible for the Company's
substantial financial underperformance within its Flavors & Fragrances
business as well as the poor return on capital metrics. We are hopeful that
today's voting results have sent a strong message to the Board that
shareholders will hold them accountable if the Company's governance practices
and financial performance do not improve. The Board should also undertake a
more robust cost reduction plan than the $20 to $25 million annual cost
savings currently targeted by the Company. We remind shareholders that the
Board was willing to materially increase the size of the Company's
cost-cutting initiatives to up to $50 million in the course of settlement
discussions as well as increase the size of its recently announced $100
million stock buy-back program," stated Loukas.

Contacts:

Stephen Loukas
                            Bruce H. Goldfarb/Charles W. Garske/Lisa Patel
FrontFour Capital Group LLC
                            Okapi Partners LLC
35 Mason Street, 4th Floor
                            (212) 297-0720
Greenwich, CT 06830
                            info@okapipartners.com
203-274-9050



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