Certificate of Free Sale Apostille
A Certificate of Free Sale, sometimes called a “Certificate for Export” or “Certificate to Foreign Governments”, is a document that certifies that a product is sold or authorized for export in the United States, and that the maker has no outstanding or completed enforcement proceedings with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It serves as evidence that goods, such as food items, cosmetics, biologics, or medical devices, are legally sold or distributed in the open market, freely without restriction, and approved by the regulatory authorities in the country of origin (United States). They are typically issued by a issued by the Chamber of Commerce, State, and the Federal Government (FDA). A Certificate of Free Sale will first need to be notarized before its eligible for an Apostille. You can visit a local notary or schedule a notary to your location (I am able to notarize documents originating from New Jersey).