Good Manufacturing Practices in the Food Industry: Part II
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) created a regulation that establishes Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMPs) for the food industry, the criteria that food processing and handling facilities must meet to help reduce the risk of contamination. Individual facilities must then look at these criteria and develop their own detailed Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) that will keep the food they work with contamination-free.
In this second of two GMP programs, we'll take a look at how following GMPs can help you keep your facility contamination-free so that the food products that you create will be safe for your customers to eat, as well as the last four sections of the FDA's GMP regulation, which include sanitary facilities and controls, equipment and utensils, manufacturing processes and controls, and warehousing and distribution.