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 GMP+ Registered Consultants

Update GMP+ Registered Consultants

2/28/2019

After renewing the conditions for the GMP+ Registered Consultants Program, we are excited to announce to have grown to 11 consultancy companies with 19 consultants

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Update policy GMP+ logo's

Update policy GMP+ logo's

2/28/2019

We are proudly working on “Feed Safety Worldwide” with the help of GMP+ International products and services

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Over 100 laboratories have applied for registration

Over 100 laboratories have applied for registration

2/28/2019

Reliable laboratory analyses are essential for a strong and reliable feed safety chain

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New GMP+ D2.7 Comparison between FSMA (USA) and GMP+ B2 standard

New GMP+ D2.7 Comparison between FSMA (USA) and GMP+ B2 standard

2/25/2019

GMP+ FSA certification is useful to comply with the US Food Safety Modernization Act substantially.

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International Database for Transport of Feed (IDTF) – Newsletter 1/2019

International Database for Transport of Feed (IDTF) – Newsletter 1/2019

2/7/2019

There have been several changes for the IDTF by the International Committee for Road Transport (GMP+ International, OVOCOM, QS, Qualimat, EFISC-GTP, AIC and AMA). The changes are now implemented in the IDTF. Please find here further information about the changes.

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 Protocol Monitoring Aflatoxin B1

Protocol Monitoring Aflatoxin B1

2/1/2019

Aflatoxin B1 in maize(-products): Change in Risk Profile for Slovakia.

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New: footnotes in the Risk Assessments

New: footnotes in the Risk Assessments

1/31/2019

Have you noticed the asterixis and related footnotes in the Risk Assessments??

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Update: temporary measures related to low water levels ended

Update: temporary measures related to low water levels ended

1/30/2019

Due to draught in 2018, the water level of rivers and canals in Northwest Europe were extremely low.

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