U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Department of Health & Human Services.

Different types of FDA Certificates

Certificate of Free Sale.

Certificate of Exportability.
Export health certificate. Certificate to Foreign Government.
Certificate of Exportability. Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product.
CBER Export Certification. Non-clinical Research Use Only Certificate.
EU Export health Certificate. Bovine, Ovine and Caprine Origin Certificate.
Health Certificates for Food/Feed. Certificate for Export of Foods and Cosmetics.

The Food and Drug Administration "FDA" regulates the exportation of US food and drug products .
The FDA issues all the certificates listed above and notarize each certificate from notary public. Because the FDA is located in Rockville, Maryland, Every certificate issued has a notary public from Montgomery county, sate of Maryland. 
Companies request these types of certificate for export reasons. 
In order to use the certificate out of the United States, the certificate has pass through legalization procedure. 
Depend on the destination country, the legalization procedure can be one of these 2 cases:

A- If the document will be used in one of the countries participating in Hague Convention then the document has to be certified from the court and the Secretary of State in Maryland to get apostille. (The Hague Convention abolishing the requirement of legalization the document from the foreign embassy of the participating countries).

B- If the document will be used in a country who is not participating in Hague Convention then the document has to be certified from the court,  the Secretary of State in Maryland, Department of State in Washington DC, and the embassy of the destination country. 


US Legalization is a company specialized to certify these type of documents. The main office of US legalization is located in Annapolis, the capital of Maryland, and the other office is located in Washington DC. 
US Legalization accept minimal charges to expedite all procedures necessary to legalize these type of FDA documents. 

A- If the document will be used in one of the countries participating in Hague Convention , US Legalization will  legalize the document in 3 hours. The charge is $50.00 . The Secretary of State charges $5.00. Total charges are $55.00 for the first document.  The charge for every extra document is $25.00 . The Secretary of State charges $5.00. Total charges are $30.00 for every extra document. 

B- If the document will be used in a country who is not participating in Hague Convention , US Legalization will  legalize the document in 24 hours. The charge is $75.00 .  Department of State charges $6.00,  Total charges for the first document are $81.00 + embassy charge which is vary.  The charge for every extra document is $25.00 . The Department of State charges $6.00. Total charges are $31.00 for every extra document + embassy charge. 

US Legalization is located at: 972 Mt. Holly Dr. Annapolis MD 21401. It is located in the capitol of Maryland, near the Department of State of Maryland and a quick drive to Washington DC.
Tel: 1-888-999-3434,   Fax: 1-202-521-1806 .  
Web site address: http://www.uslegalization.com