Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) is defined as “That part of Quality Assurance which ensures that products are consistently produced and controlled to the quality standards appropriate to their intended use.” The principles and guidelines for GMP are stated in two Directives; Directive 2003/94/EC for medicinal products and investigational medicinal products for human use and Directive 91/412/EEC (http//ec.europa.eu)concerning veterinary medicinal products.
Good manufacturing practice (GMP) is part of a quality system covering the manufacture and testing of active pharmaceutical ingredients, diagnostics, foods, pharmaceutical products and medical devices
GMP Certification confirms the products identity, composition, quality, purity and strength which they represent in the market. Under it, there is a set of guidelines that offer a system of procedures and documentation by which the confirmation of the products are given.

Benefits of GMP Certification:
• Enhances the food safety management system
• Increases consumer confidence in your products
• Helps to decrease operating costs due to rework and penalties due to non-compliance
• Helps boost export opportunities.
• Reduced duplication of inspections
• Cost saving
• Increases the creditability and offers a competitive advantage in the marketplace for contract manufacturers
• Decreases the time and cost for companies selecting third-party testing and product certification if using GMP registered contract manufacturer; which is a national program that is designed to provide a system of processes, procedures, and documentation to ensure that the product produced has the identity, strength, composition, quality, and purity that it is represented to possess.


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