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ITF-14 barcodes only encode a GTIN, and are commonly used to print on corrugated cardboard – for example cases and cartons. They are not intended for use at Point-of-Sale scanning.
The ITF-14 barcode is typically used on product groupings such as a case of washing detergent or a carton of tissue boxes. Its simple design makes it easy to print on the type of packaging used for cartons.
The ITF-14 barcode encodes a GTIN-12, GTIN-13 or GTIN-14.
To get started in creating barcodes, you’ll need to follow a few simple steps.