The Canadian Automobile Dealers Association (CADA) has taken issue with a government agency's plan to require all new vehicles to carry updated fuel economy labels.
New York City may be on the verge of becoming the first municipality in the United States to criminalize the purchasing of counterfeit items, according to a report published by the Associated Press.
Going forward, as those applying for citizenship or permanent residency complete Form I-864 electronically, the information will be translated into a 2D barcode, which officials at USCIS can use to collect, store and transmit data quickly and accurately.
Like many other emerging economies, development in Tanzania has been constrained by a lack of standardized business practices. However, there is some evidence that a shift is underway, with more companies embracing the use of barcodes that comply with international standards.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is taking new measures to further inform customers on beef products.
A new mobile application gives consumers the chance to scan items and learn more about a product's ingredients and where it originated from.
A failure to have complete or accurate labels could put employees or customers in danger, and bring hefty fines to a company.
Last week the TTB announced that alcohol manufacturing companies have the option to include nutritional information on their products' labels.
Next week, the House is expected to pass a bill that is designed to lessen the possibility of counterfeit prescription medication.
Counterfeiting is always a serious risk when the demand for any product exceeds the readily available supply. In the case of vital pharmaceuticals, the risk is very pronounced.
Mercedes-Benz manufacturer Daimler recently announced that it will begin putting barcode labels on its vehicles to allow rescue workers to immediately call up key information that will help them extract trapped motorists from potentially life-threatening situations.
In a recent article, SHD Magazine looked at how operational processes at Kellogg's warehouses and distribution centers depend heavily on barcode labels and scanners.