GACP - American Herbal Products Association (AHPA)

GACP

This guidance and assessment program helps ensure that herbal raw materials used in consumer products are accurately identified, not adulterated with contaminants that may present a public health risk, and fully conform to all quality characteristics for which they are represented.

GACP-GMP Operations Categories

Learn which sections of the AHPA GACP-GMP document are applicable to which operations

The operational categories provide direction regarding the sections of the AHPA GACP-GMP document that are applicable to the described operational functions. Companies may have operations that encompass one or more of these categories and should utilize all sections of the document that may be applicable to their operations.
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Section 2: Botanical Identity and Quality Assessment Tool

All steps in the production of a botanical material must be performed properly to ensure the quality of the finished material

This form is for use in conjunction with Section 2: Botanical Identity and Quality,
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Section 3: Cultivation Assessment Tool

Many factors must be considered and controlled in the cultivation of botanicals

This form is for use in conjunction with Section 3: Cultivation.
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Section 4: Wild Collection Assessment Tool

Consideration of relevant factors will help ensure wild collection operations yield properly identified botanicals materials of the desired quality in a sustainable manner

This form is for use in conjunction with Section 4: Wild Collection
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Section 5: General Farm Standards Assessment Tool

Guidelines in this section are intended to apply to farms (including wild collectors) that are not subject to 21 CFR Part 112 and are less strict

This form is for use in conjunction with Section 5: General Farm Standards

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