- The Certificate of Free Sale is one export form you may need to provide. It provides assurance to the customs authority of the importing country that the items listed on the certificate are the same items manufactured in the United States and sold here without restriction. They presumably meet all state and federal laws and regulations. It provides that assurance because the form is certified by a U.S.-based chamber of commerce. Some countries may require the certificate of free sale from a government agency such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for certain products.
- A Certificate of Free Sale is a document prepared by the Department containing information about a product’s regulatory or marketing status. This certificate is available only for dietary supplements, medical foods, cosmetic products, and foods for special dietary use that may be legally marketed in the United States.
Apostille Free Sale Certificate
FDA Apostille provides attestation service for Certificate of Free Sale issued by US Food & Drug Administration and destined for use in the Hague Convention Participating Countries. We obtain Apostille for Free Sale Certificate from the US Department of State in Washington DC.
Free Sale Certificate Legalization
FDA Apostille assists corporations to authenticate Certificate of Free Sale from the US Department of State and the embassy of the destination country in Washington DC. Embassy legalization is required to acknowledge documents destined for use in the Non-Hague Participating Countries.