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For items subject to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, overseas importers seek American export corporations to produce certification. Export certifications are issued by the FDA and provide information on a product's regulatory statutes. Human and animal medicines, biologics, and devices that fulfill the Act's applicable standards and may be lawfully marketed in the United States, as well as those that may be lawfully exported but not sold in the United States, are given export certification by the FDA. Food, feed additives, nutritional supplements, and cosmetics do not require export certificates from the FDA. However, when resources allow, the FDA wants to continue granting export certifications.