EFISC-GTP code is an European private standard for production of and trading with raw materials for feed and food. The standard focuses on the management of feed and food safety, as well as the basic quality.
EFISC-GTP code is established to ensure that feed and food commodities are produced, stored, transported and traded according to principles that are considered "good craftsmanship" and in accordance with the strict EU legislation covering these areas.
Why GTP Certification?
Having a GTP certification, you get your quality management system in the company reviewed and receive a qualified assessment of your management system and the feed and food safety system. The risk of complaints and withdrawal of products is also reviewed. An effective quality management system helps you to reduce error production.
General requirements of a GTP Certification
The GTP standards use the same principles as the international food industry, such as Quality Assurance based on Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points (HACCP), and on top of that also rules for registration, cleaning, education and training, etc, in the food industry also known as GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice).
An important part of the security program is traceability, which ensures that all errors in the feed chain can be tracked quickly and accurately, so that all affected products can be revoked before they become a risk to feed or food safety. The standard has now been harmonized so that it can be used in line with GMP +, FAMIQS and QS Qualität und Sicherheit.
Interested in GTP Certification?
As a certification body, Baltic Control® Certification can certify in accordance with GTP's standard and has qualified auditors to perform this particular audit. We will be pleased to send you an offer that fits your business and introduce you to this standard. Please do not hesitate to contact us by phone +45 39 39 01 35 or by mail email@example.com.
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