GMP-Food Certification



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GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICE (GMP)is emerging as a major element of the food industry's complete food safety system. Consumers now place a high value on food safety and quality assurance.

Implementing and certifying your food safety management system with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) requirements through ACS Canada offers numerous benefits that will enhance your business operations and ensure compliance with industry standards.

In today's food industry, consumers place great importance on food safety and quality assurance. GMP is emerging as a vital component of a comprehensive food safety system, and by obtaining GMP certification, you demonstrate your commitment to meeting consumers' expectations and building their trust.

GMP standards are firmly rooted in the Codex Alimentarius Commission, a globally accepted collection of standards, codes of practice, and guidelines for food production and safety. These standards establish essential sanitary conditions throughout the entire food chain, ensuring the creation of safe and consumable food. GMP serves as the foundation for more detailed rules tailored to specific industries.

ISO 22002-1, a part of the Prerequisite Programs on Food Safety, further reinforces GMP principles for materials and articles intended to come into contact with food. This standard provides requirements for establishing, implementing, and maintaining prerequisite programs (PRPs) that monitor food safety hazards.

By certifying your food safety management system with GMP requirements from ACS Canada, you gain a competitive edge. Not only does it prepare you for regulatory audits, but it also positions you favorably for second-party audits from renowned clients such as COSTCO, Walmart, REAL CANADIAN SUPERSTORE, Save-On-Foods, or Safeway. Achieving certification demonstrates your commitment to regulatory compliance and highlights your understanding of the importance of producing and trading safe food.

Furthermore, many food industry firms have used GMP certification as a framework for developing and implementing other quality and food safety management systems like HACCP, Air Catering, Ground Catering, ISO 22000, BRC, IFS, and SQF. GMP certification from ACS Canada validates the integrity of your food manufacturing process and ensures compliance with rigorous food safety requirements.


The benefits of GMP certification from ACS Canada are multifaceted. Firstly, it provides evidence that your GMP and traceability system is meticulously designed and effectively implemented.

Secondly, it assures that your facility's layout and cross-contamination prevention measures pose no risk to products or end consumers.

Lastly, GMP certification signifies that your manufacturing facilities operate at international standards, offering reliability that reassures upstream companies and food inspection agencies by providing them with valuable and objective evidence of your commitment to food safety.

By choosing ACS Canada as your certification partner, you gain access to a wealth of expertise and support that will help you establish and maintain a robust food safety management system. Our commitment to excellence and stringent certification protocols solidifies your reputation as a trusted provider of safe and high-quality food products.

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GMP-Food Certification Training - 1
GMP Requirements


GMP – Requirements & Documentation

This course aims to teach the principles and practices of GMP requirements in the food industry.

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GMP-Food Certification Training - 2


HACCP – Requirements & Documentation

The aim of this course is to provide delegates with the knowledge and skills required to understand HACCP requirements and documentation.

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