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A 'new dimension' in barcodes is delivering substantial results for retailers and brand owners, including reductions in food waste and major improvements in food safety, including the ability to stop the sale of expired or recalled products at the checkout.
Web links, date codes, recall notifications and much more can be packed into a single 2D data carrier and made available when scanned at point-of-sale and across the supply chain. They can even encode a GS1 Digital Link that connects products to consumers in the digital world.
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Woolworths are scanning more than 5 million 2DBarcodes at point-of-sale each week, achieving significant results.
Woolies tackles sustainability & transparency with 2DBarcodes
Woolworths and selected suppliers are using 2D barcodes with GS1 standards to enhance food safety and reduce food waste by up to 40%.
2DBarcodes are being adopted by retailers and brand owners throughout the world.
First Japanese retailer scans 2D at POS
Brazil - 2D and Digital Link
China - 7000 companies
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