Every year, GMP+ International analyses the results which are shared (anonymously) in the GMP+ Monitoring database.
The facts and figures, along with helpful tips and FAQs about the GMP+ Monitoring database, are now available.
The data shared by GMP+ certified companies shows general findings of the monitoring results from 2020. The findings can help you get a grip on the latest information about particular undesirable substances. It can also help you review or update your HACCP studies.
Other than the annual analysis infographic from GMP+ International, the ‘Report’ function in the Monitoring database enables you to make a report of monitoring data from your own location or of the data anonymously shared by users at any moment you wish. The report contributes to your Feed Safety Management System (FSMS)in many ways, for example supplier assessment, HACCP plan implementation.
Using the results from the GMP+ Monitoring database, GMP+ International assesses and makes necessary updates to the normative documents. For example, the classification of countries of cultivation in the Aflatoxin B1 protocol of the GMP+ BA4 are updated based on the data shared in the GMP+ Monitoring database.
Faryel Raghoebar (Cofco): “If all GMP+ certified companies upload and share their analysis results, the high-risks countries and origins are assessed correctly and faster. For us it is not time-consuming, because the laboratory we use for analysis can directly and easily upload the results in the GMP+ Monitoring database.”
If you would like to know more about how to upload, anonymously share your data to the GMP+ Monitoring database or how to use the data to benefit your own business, feel free to contact GMP+ International for more information.