GMP CERTIFICATION (GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICES)
GMP good manufacturing practices are a concept of quality assurance, they are applied to pharmaceutical products for which they constitute a regulatory reference that can be enforced during inspections of pharmaceutical establishments by their supervisory authorities.
COMPLIANCE with the EUROPEAN PHARMACOPOEIA and the AMERICAN PHARMACOPOEIA
The certificate of conformity with the European Pharmacopoeia also called CEP is a document published by the EDQM (European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines) and certifies that a substance for pharmaceutical purposes is indeed manufactured and controlled according to the equivalent monograph of the European Pharmacopoeia. or American.
The development procedures for food supplements are the same applied to pharmaceutical products and are subject to strict manufacturing procedures (suitable analytical dosages: Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS) coupling, HPLC tests, impurities, stability studies, microbiological analysis ...)
Rigorous internal quality control (internal audit) equivalent to pharmaceutical products, from raw material to finished product.