Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)
GMP or Good Manufacturing Practices certification defines the requirements of a quality management system to meet the minimum processing requirements and hygiene among the food processing organizations. This certification mainly works over the manufacturing practices followed by a company to attain an effective HACCP OR Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point through the food safety program.
Many food companies implement GMP as a foundation to customer satisfaction and protection against food related hazards. GMP is implemented along with other quality and safety management systems such as ISO 9001, HACCP, SQF and ISO 22000
GMP – It's Key Benefits
Improving the safety management system driving food related safety.
Demonstrating the commitment of trading and producing safe and quality food
Forms a initial step for moving into HACCP certification for achieving quality management system and food safety.
Effective in improving consumer confidence on the products.
Assessment of the regulating authorities and the stakeholders.