The government of India is pushing new barcode labeling requirements for pharmaceutical products as part of an effort to create a nationwide track-and-trace system to weed out counterfeiting operations and bolster the country's reputation as a supplier of high-quality goods.
Widening the adoption of GS1's traceable barcodes has been difficult in Tanzania. Although there are more than two million businesses in the country, only 370 organizations with about 6,000 products have started using the barcodes since GS1 TZ National was established in 2010.
GS1 US, a barcode labeling standards initiative, has released a new Foodservice Product Image Style Guide to help resolve labeling issues such as time constraints, costly image management, and confusion of new and updated or outdated item images. The new image style guide will allow companies to provide a consistent image approach to foodservice products,...
In a recent status update, the Produce Traceability Initiative (PTI) discussed the results of a survey that looked at industry stakeholders' progress on PTI implementation.
GS1 US, the American affiliate of the international standards development organization, is currently pushing an initiative to advance the use of standardized product identification and tracking systems across the life sciences industry.
The healthcare industry as a whole can benefit from businesses that take advantage of the Perfect Order measurements and GS1 standards.
While they are still a young technology, RFID tags are being used more and more as supply chain businesses realize their large number of benefits.
This year's GS1 Connect is set to take place in Las Vegas from June 4 to June 7.
In 2009, GS1 introduced the Foodservice GS1 U.S. Standards Initiative to take a more preventative approach to crisis management.
Label tracking and traceability has come a long way thanks to RFID tags.
The World Economic Forum wants to help supply chain businesses address risk management.
A biofuel produced from animal fat might be the answer to diminishing carbon emissions in the supply chain.