Florida Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services

So at this time, even if these operations have FDA GMP Compliant standards as outlined in the CFR 21 Part 111 for dietary supplements and part 110 for foods with the written documentation and employee training manuals in-house, they now must go to a third party certification company. In dietary supplements, this is NSF  https://bit.ly/2I7NVGO     and  the NPA   https://bit.ly/2Ui237s. They use  auditors to inspect the facilities and issue an advisory on what needs to be done to become accredited with a GMP certificate. SQF certification is also an option that is recognized internationally.

As of Dec 2018, the FDAC no longer issues GMP certificates for export to specific countries. Under the prior system, a manufacturer or holding facility (distributor, marketers) of dietary supplements was able to apply online for the GMP certificates. This leaves the smaller and mid-sized companies in Florida without this certification which is required by almost all countries Ministries of Health or equivalent agencies. Florida companies are required to possess an FDAC Food Establishment License to operate. This certificate requires inspection by FDAC auditors throughout the state.

And it will enable these companies to become accredited within the CFR 21 of the US FDA. 

With increasing regulatory scrutiny, this is becoming an increasing risk. it is wise to have written documents (SOP’s)  electronically available within the operations.

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