Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to the FAQ page. On this page you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions. The answers are periodically supplemented with up to date information.

Problems logging into the Portal/ Company Database and/or Audit App?

You can only login if you are certified. Please send an e-mail to info@gmpplus.org containing your company name, registration number and e-mail address.

Where can I find a good quality GMP+ logo and how can I use it?
You will find the GMP+ Feed Safety Assurance and GMP+ Feed Responsibility Assurance logo here.

How do I sign up for registration in the QS database?
Via this link you can easily sign up for the QS database.

Must trade offices that only engage in paper trade be GMP+ certified as well?
Yes, all traders that wish to sell GMP+ certified feed, must be GMP+ certified for the scope in which they are active. This applies both to physical and so-called paper trade, also if the trader does not literally trade the physical product. All certified companies, including traders, are listed in the GMP+ Company Database.

Who should I contact if I wish to be GMP+ certified?
We are happy to help you get your company certified. Via this link you’ll find the information to easily certify your company.

How do the GMP+ standard relate to European Law and regulations?
You must always meet the feed legislation applicable in the country where your company is located, but also in the countries that you may trade with. The GMP+ Feed Safety Assurance certificate is used across the globe, meaning that you can also apply our standards to applicable Law and regulations in your country. It is and shall always remain your responsibility to apply current national or European policy within your company. You can read more about this in the newsletter from October 2016, here.


In case you do not find an answer to your question, you can always read the D-documents or contact the GMP+ Helpdesk .

 

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