GS1 US Creates New Traceability Readiness Programs

May 2013
Supermarket News Expert Blog;5/21/2013, p9
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The article offers information on GS1 US, an international not-for-profit association dedicated to the development and implementation of global standards and solutions such as universal product codes, and their Readiness Programs such as the Seafood Traceability Readiness Program and the Dairy, Deli, Bakery Traceablity Readiness Program.


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