Good Manufacturing Practice

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Good Man·u·fac·tur·ing Prac·tice

(gud man-yū-fak'shŭr-ing prak'tis)
Regulations related to the production, storage, and distribution of drugs and medical equipment.
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The International Alliance of Dietary/Food Supplement Associations (IADSA) has released its guide to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) for food supplement manufacturers around the world.
We are pleased to report they found it in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
NSF-Cook & Thurber specializes in customized audits of process systems, sanitation, Good Manufacturing Practices and facility biosafety programs.
Although the past two years have been difficult for the Company, this case helped redefine the standards of good manufacturing practices throughout our entire industry, which benefits all pharmaceutical consumers," Downey continued.
From the UK point of view this text is of considerable interest because it details all the current Good Manufacturing Practices prescribed by the US Department of Agriculture as applied to the manufacturing and processing of food.
Chapter 4 Good Manufacturing Practices for Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients
In addition, the facility offers patented amino acid production technology, full capacity operations 7/24/365, secured supply lines and warehouse facilities, blending and pulverization services, complete analytical and technical support, non-animal manufacturing, operation under current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP), and custom labeling and packaging.
The methods are in accordance with FDA's Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) and International Standards, ISO/IEC 17025:1999 and ISO 9001:2000.
All Vitamin Shoppe products are manufactured in compliance with the Food and Drug Administration's Good Manufacturing Practices for food and highest industry standards," said Tom Tolworthy, company CEO.
Availability of these cleanrooms, and their validation to good manufacturing practices (cGMPs), now allows Bio-Matrix to further focus energy on the installation of 'closed' system cellular processing equipment that we expect will not only comply with current FDA cGMP/cGTP requirements, but exceed that currently offered in the industry.
Good Manufacturing Practices or GMPs are the manufacturing standards that ensure drug products are consistently produced to quality standards appropriate for use in humans.