What does it mean to be GMP certified?
Good Manufacturing Practice certification covers all aspects of the production process, from the original materials to the equipment to the staff involved in the process. Systems are put in place to provide documentation proving how each process was done and staff is following detailed, written procedures the whole time.
Each time a product is made, there is a written procedure and documented proof of how a task was performed. Everything from the equipment and raw materials to the personal hygiene of the staff and the training endured is all up to GMP standards. These regulations were put into place by the US Food and Drug Administration.