GMP- Good Manufacturing Practices

(Compliance Certification to Pharma & Food Products) Good Manufacture Practice (GMP) is a phrase used globally to describe the regulation and management of food and pharmaceutical product manufacturing, testing, and overall quality control.

GMP takes a quality assurance strategy, ensuring that products are consistently produced and controlled to the quality standards acceptable for their intended purpose, as well as the marketing permission requirements. GMP is primarily intended to reduce the hazards associated with pharmaceutical and food production.

GMP is a useful business tool that may be used to improve the company’s compliance and performance. GMP criteria are mostly common sense measures that will help businesses improve as they transition to a quality-oriented approach based on continuous improvement.