GMP+ News

Welcome to our news section. Here you can find the latest news, up to 3 years back, and updates regarding the GMP+ feed scheme, feed market news and more. Older newsletters are available upon request.

 

 

Update #ProjectGMP+2020

Update #ProjectGMP+2020

5/28/2020

It is now mid-May, the public consultation for the FSA module is closed. But we have not been idle. There are new developments about which we would like to inform you.

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International Database for Transport of Feed (IDTF) – Newsletter 2/2020

International Database for Transport of Feed (IDTF) – Newsletter 2/2020

5/27/2020

Several changes for the IDTF by the International Committee for Road Transport have been implemented in the database. Please find here further information about the changes.

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Publication of the adapted GMP+ C6 and GMP+ C10

Publication of the adapted GMP+ C6 and GMP+ C10

5/11/2020

What are the consequences of these changes for my organization?

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Update risk assessments in FSP

Update risk assessments in FSP

5/7/2020

A number of (new) feed materials have been approved after risk assessment.

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EWS annual report 2019 available now!

EWS annual report 2019 available now!

5/6/2020

2019 shows the lowest number of warnings in last five year

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New HACCP e-learning available from May 18th

New HACCP e-learning available from May 18th

5/6/2020

Want to learn the basics of HACCP? Follow the new e-learning from May 18th!

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Upload your analysis results

Upload your analysis results

3/30/2020

Share your analysis result in the GMP+ Monitoring database

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Projects refined after input customer satisfaction surveys

Projects refined after input customer satisfaction surveys

3/30/2020

The opinion of our customers is very important to us.

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Public Consultation and next steps for the GMP+ Community

Public Consultation and next steps for the GMP+ Community

3/26/2020

#ProjectGMP+2020 started in December 2018 and a lot of work has been done recently with the Working Group.

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