Applying the GMP to observe the MOCA ( materials and objects intended to come in contact with food ) legislative requirements - Mori 2A

15 September 2017

Applying the GMP to observe the MOCA ( materials and objects intended to come in contact with food ) legislative requirements

MORI 2A is committed to ensuring the maximum quality standards by applying the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) in its own factories.

WHAT ARE THE GMP?

They are rules that assure the quality of the material production processes and items intended to come in contact with foodstuffs so that they do not represent a risk for human health, they do not lead to an intolerable change of the composition and they do not show any mutation in their own organoleptic structure. Good manufacturing practice guidelines provide guidance for manufacturing, testing, and quality assurance in order to ensure that a food or drug product is safe for human consumption. Many countries have legislated that food and pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers follow GMP procedures and create their own GMP guidelines that correspond with their legislation.
WHY ARE GMP SO IMPORTANT?
For the first time in legislation, they ensure the implementation of the quality systems.

For MORI 2A it is a commitment aimed at ensuring high quality products to its own clients.