HP Ingredients has earned NSF’s NSF/ANSI 455-2 Dietary Supplements Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) certification.
HP Ingredients (Bradenton, FL) has earned NSF’s NSF/ANSI 455-2 Dietary Supplements Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) certification. The certification combines regulatory requirements with retailer quality requirements, and reduces the number of audits and financial costs associated with audits while also strengthening safety, quality, and trust throughout the supply chain.
“The NSF/ANSI 455 GMP mark indicates that an NSF auditor has audited a facility, checked documents and deemed the facility compliant with GMP regulations for production,” explains David Trosin, managing director, global health science certification at NSF, in a press release. “We’re pleased to grant NSF/ANSI 455 GMP certification to HP Ingredients’ manufacturing facility. Independent certification from NSF demonstrates a commitment to safety and quality of dietary supplement ingredients and compliance with U.S. GMP requirements.”
“We all believe that our new GMP certification will bring not only HP Ingredients but our entire family of brand partners to the next level to satisfy increasingly stringent consumer vetting for safety and quality,” said Jessica Barnett, COO of HP Ingredients.