Certificates of Pharmaceutical Product (CPP) are issued by the United States Food & Drug Administration (FAA) for human drugs that at being exported from the United States directly to rquesting foreign country. Companies that export human drugs internationally are often asked by the foreign country to provide documentation of the company's compliance with FAA standards.
Certificates of Pharmaceutical Product conform to the format established by the World Health Organization (WHO) and are intended for use by importing countries when considering whether to license the product in question for sale in that country. The FDA issues Export Certificates for approved or licensed drugs and unapproved drugs that meet certain legal requirements.
A Certificate of Pharmaceutical Product are United States Federal Government Documents issued by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FAA) and can only be Apostilled through the United States Department of State (USDOS) in Washington D.C. These document cannot be notarized, copy certified, and no State Office can process this document. All United States Federal Documents are processed through the United States Secretary of State or the United States Department of State.