Certificate of Pharmaceutical Product (CPP) is a document that is internationally recognized by national drug regulatory authorities for establishing the status of a pharmaceutical product under a national drug product licensing system. The certificate is issued in the format recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Certificate of Pharmaceutical Product (CPP) is issued for human drugs exported from the U.S directly to the requesting country. The importing countries use CPPs when considering whether to license the product in question for sale in that country.
Authorities of the importing country may want to verify the legitimacy of the CPP provided by the exporter and request that the CPP be legalized or apostilled.