GFFP is Your Premier Partner in Gluten-Free Certification
When you work with GFFP, know that you are working with an organization that is committed to helping our customers remain competitive in the ever-growing gluten-free market and achieve lasting brand loyalty.
Developed by Experts
GFFP's Standards have been developed by industry specialists in conjunction with the National Celiac Association for the food service industry.
GFFP's Standards are cross referenced to FDA Regulations and Codex Standard for Foods for Special Dietary Use for Persons Intolerant to Gluten.
Efficient & Affordable
GFFP's gluten-free certification requirements are developed with our customers in mind. A great customer experience and lower costs are top priorities.
True Personalized Service
We recognize that each GFFP customer is unique, so we tailor how we work to support each customers' gluten-free business needs and manufacturing systems.
GFFP Certified Mark of Trust™
Displaying the GFFP Certified Mark of Trust™ logo on product packaging gives added assurance to consumers looking for safe, reliable gluten-free products they can trust.
GFFP Certified Mark of Trust™ is easily identifiable and meets government gluten-free labeling regulations in the United States, Canada and globally. It shows consumers that products bearing the logo are manufactured in a GFFP approved facility along with stringent gluten test standards of 5 ppm (parts-per million) or less, as established by National Celiac Association.
National Celiac Association endorsement provides gluten-free manufacturers and brands with a powerful supporting message to effectively market and communicate with the gluten-free community, build genuine relationships and maximize long-term customer loyalty.
GFFP Gluten-Free Certification for Manufactured Products
GFFP's unique approach to gluten-free certification enables our customers to reduce expenses, increase efficiency and gain a competitive edge in the gluten-free marketplace.
GFFP gluten-free certification is a voluntary program developed by industry specialists with standards founded on globally accepted preventative, gluten-free safety approaches for the manufacturing of gluten-free products.
GFFP gluten-free certification provides standards and best practices recognized by the gluten-free community to help our customers address the prevention and control of gluten cross-contamination and help augment existing gluten-free production procedures. Implementation of GFFP gluten-free certification standards increases consumer confidence that manufacturing procedures have been reviewed by a neutral party and demonstrates legitimacy of the manufacturer’s gluten-free processes.
GFFP gluten-free certification further requires that all products certified in the program meet the strictest industry requirement of 5 ppm (parts-per-million) or less, as established by the National Celiac Association. This promotes the highest safety standard, confidence and brand loyalty amongst the celiac community and those who require gluten-free products for other health reasons.
GFFP certifies products manufactured at both dedicated and non-dedicated gluten-free production facilities so long as those facilities conform to the requirements as set out in the GFFP Standards.
Brand owners producing gluten-free products directly through a manufacturing facility certified with GFFP can enter into a license agreement and receive the GFFP Certified Mark of Trust™ displaying products as certified, safe and reliable.
Endorsed by the National Celiac Association
National Celiac Association endorsement provides gluten-free brands with a powerful supporting message to effectively market and communicate with the gluten-free community, build genuine relationships and maximize long-term customer loyalty.
GFFP certification is based on an evaluation your gluten-free manufacturing practices, each product/SKU that will bear the GFFP Certified Mark of Trust™ logo on product packaging, and approval of the ingredients used to manufacture each product. Certification also requires testing of each product to ensure a standard of 5 ppm (parts-per million) or less for gluten, as established by National Celiac Association.
Have questions or not sure where to start?
Contact us to speak with a representative or receive a no-obligation quote. Our staff is available anytime to answer questions and help navigate the decisions toward achieving gluten-free certification for your company.