The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) started enforcing Good Manufacturing Practice requirements for all Dietary Supplement manufacturers in 2010. Since then, they have published the results of their inspections and the warning letters they issue when manufacturers fail to come into compliance. The experts at InstantGMP™ understand that current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) for dietary supplements can be complex and confusing. They prepared this series of articles and videos that describe the requirements for manufacturing these products in compliance with the FDA’s requirements. This page provides links to the InstantGMP™ Compliance Series articles. Different parts of the series focus on the different aspects of Good Manufacturing Practices.
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