GMP Certification in Uganda (Good Manufacturing Practices) establishes the operational conditions, requirements, and guidelines necessary for hygiene throughout the food chain as well as its production of it.
GMP is a set of guidelines describing management and handling procedures to create safe food. These guidelines are useful in the design and operation and for the development and production of food-related products and processes.
Codex Alimentarius developed GMP Certification in Uganda to protect customers. This document outlines the basic operations and procedures that food companies must follow. Some of these conditions can include the following:
- Layout and construction of the food establishment
- Training provided to employees
- Proper maintenance of all equipment and utensils within the company
- Use appropriate chemicals in and around food establishments, including cleaning and pest control chemicals.
- Identification and storage of waste within the company and by employees
- Implementation and effectiveness of the traceability program
- Cleanliness of the premises, equipment, utensils, and floors.
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