Food manufacturing is a process to transform raw materials into edible products for human consumption. There are different food regulations that applies to food manufacturing. Small and big food business operators must ensure that they are in compliance with federal rules as well as the state regulations. This is substantial as this will reduce possibilities of lawsuits or penalties for non-compliance in the future. Making use of a process called Good Manufacturing Practice can consistently enables the products to be produced based on specified quality standards thereby controlling the manufacturing process and preventing risks, for example, cross contamination. In addition, it promotes food safety. Food manufacturing must employ control measures to ensure food safety at all times. Some examples of these control measures include cleaning and sanitation, time and temperature control, personnel hygiene, etc.