Good Manufacturing Practice Certification (GMPc) is an FDA quality control and assurance program designed to ensure the production of products that meet the FDA's quality standards and requirements. The criteria are not specific to any industry but are general principles to follow when manufacturing any product under the
What Do They Do?
GMPc requires companies to properly document formulations, manufacturing processes, equipment utilized, and any change made to the process. Each step needs to be documented and traceable. Every OTC product on the market must have a labeling system that would allow that product to be identified and recalled if necessary.
Bradford's registration with the FDA certifies that Good Manufacturing Practices are always followed, and that Bradford stands by the quality of every product we manufacture.
For more information, visit https://gmpcertification.org/