Treehouse Biotech has successfully completed its cGMP (current good manufacturing practices) certification audit, the company announced earlier this month.
In a blog post on its website, Treehouse noted it is one of the first hemp extraction companies to attain a cGMP certification for dietary supplement manufacturing. The audits were performed by Eurofins, the world leader in food and pharma product testing and services.
“Receiving the highest score possible in a cGMP audit from an internationally recognized organization shows our commitment to manufacturing excellence and demonstrates that we provide high quality and fit-for-purpose products to our customers,” said Casey Black, regulatory affairs director, Treehouse Biotech.
Treehouse said the pursuit of compliance certifications fosters the credibility of hemp-based CBD manufacturing. cGMP audits ensure that products are consistently produced, controlled to the quality standards appropriate for their intended use, and conform to the regulations set by authorities. They are fundamental to any manufacturing industry, covering areas such as traceability, storage, cleanliness and more.
Performing regular cGMP audits is essential to maintain product safety and consistency and ensure regulatory conformity. Treehouse said it is committed to continually seeking these certifications.