Looking for a company to manufacture your products? While look at different companies, you may have noticed that some of them follow the cGMP regulations. But what exactly is cGMP? It stands for current Good Manufacturing Practice.
With any product, you want to ensure that it is produced with quality in mind. This means that products are produced without hazardous materials, contamination, improper label, poor sanitation, or bad packaging. These are all things that can lead to consumers getting hurt.
The cGMP regulations was established by the FDA in 1969. Since then there has been cGMPs for various types of products including supplements, canned goods, bottled water, and infant formula. Depending on the type of product that you’re looking to manufacture, you want to see that the company you’re thinking about working with has the right cGMP certification.
It’s also beneficial to convey to your customers that your product was produced in a cGMP certified facility. Quality control is important to many consumers. Products like supplements can easily be contaminated or mismanaged by being put in the wrong environment or following bad manufacturing practices. This can lead to products being less potent than normal or even being harmful to consumers.
Showing the cGMP certification proves that the product was produced in line with the FDA’s regulations. This is a federal stamp of approval that can inspire confidence in your customers. It also creates the transparency that more consumers are looking for these days. An easy way to use this certification is to work with a manufacturer that has been certified.
They want to put themselves in the position of avoiding lawsuits and other regulatory issues if it’s found that their product had negatively impacted consumers somehow. That’s why it’s helpful to provide customers with as much transparency as possible by communicating that a product is FDA registered.