TAGG Logistics is pleased to announce the successful completion of a 21 CFR 110 cGMP inspection by the Missouri Department of Health with no recorded findings. The successful completion of this audit with zero findings demonstrates TAGG Logistics commitment to the implementation of consistent quality standards developed in accordance with established regulatory requirements.
cGMPs are an integral part of our quality management system. Compliance to these requirements assures our clients that their products are stored and distributed in a manner that meets both the FDA and Missouri Department of Health’s high safety and quality standards. To ensure that companies are following these cGMP standards, inspectors conduct detailed on-site inspections of operations within an organization.
The 21 CFR 110 cGMP inspection focused specifically on the FDA’s requirements for the manufacturing, packaging or holding of human food. Adherence to these specific cGMP regulations assures the identity, quality and purity of products through the establishment of a strong quality management system, robust operating procedures and the detection and investigation of product quality deviations. This formal system of controls helps to prevent instances of contamination, mix-ups and deviations/errors to assure products meet regulatory agencies’ and consumers’ expected levels of quality.
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