FDA Will Take GMP Inspections To The Next Level
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
If supplement firms thought FDA inspectors were tough on GMP compliance last year – they ain’t seen nothing yet. FDA investigators are ready to delve into more complex and technical GMP areas after focusing primarily on “surface level areas of GMP compliance” to date, FDA officials warn.
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