The Global Retailer and Manufacturer Alliance (GRMA) is a global nonprofit Certification Program Owner (CPO) with members from most major retailers, manufacturers, trade associations and certification bodies. The alliance was formed to develop an auditing scheme that utilized consensus-based quality system standards for Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s) through the American National Standards process in several Non-Food related industries. As a CPO we provide an additional layer of oversight to our partner Certification Bodies to improve consumer confidence and are committed to:

  • Strengthening safety, quality and trust throughout the supply chain

  • Ensuring consistency and proper training of auditors

  • Reducing the number of audits and financial costs associated with audits

  • Combining regulatory requirements and retailer quality requirements

  • Having all certifying bodies able to certify the new standards

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How do I become a member?

NSF/ANSI 455 Standards

The NSF/ANSI 455 Standards are now fully implemented and approved CB’s are accredited to provide audit services. You must be a GRMA member to schedule an audit. For membership information please visit our Membership Page.

How do I become a member?

Our Strategic Vision
Advancing global quality and safety standards together

Leadership
Governance Board, Advisory Council and Stakeholder Roundtable Group

Membership
Retailer, Manufacturer, Associate, Certification Body

Audit Integrity Program
ANSI Accredited Standards with Industry Driven Oversight

The Self-Regulatory Infrastructure
Safety and Quality First

The GRMA is working to develop GMP standards for several product categories, including:

Dietary Supplements

GMP standards for dietary supplements

Cosmetics

GMP standards for cosmetics

Over-the-counter Drugs

GMP standards for otc drugs

Consumer Products

GMP standards for medical devices

The GRMA is using the ANSI standards development process to develop unique GMP audits that include audit requirements, audit processes and requirements for certification bodies.

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