It is sometimes called a ( BSE- Free Certificate or TSE - Free certificate) used for the export of gelatin, cosmetic and personal care products that can be legally marketed in the United States.These certificates address concerns on raw material in regard to transmissible spongiform encephalopathies and they can be issued by the FDA- Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition or by the American Cosmetic Manufacturers Association (ACMA). Companies will need to obtain an apostille for a Specified Risk Material Certificate to be valid for use abroad. We can help you expedite the apostille process from the US Department of State within just 4 business days.
1. If you need to request a BSE/ TSE - Free Certificate from ACMA, click here. It costs $100.00 per certificate. No membership fees required.