Barcode Labels For Food And Beverage

As the food and beverage industry continues to grow, it has become increasingly important for companies to track their products accurately for it is a is highly regulated industry and requires strict adherence to safety standards for obvious reasons. Companies need to ensure compliance and improve efficiency and one of the most efficient and reliable ways to do this is through barcode labels.

Benefits of Food Labels

Barcode labels are an essential tool for the food and beverage industry, providing companies with accurate tracking, efficient inventory management, and ensuring consumer safety. 

Barcode labels have been in use over decades now and it can be easily found on any food and beverage item at your place, in your fridge. The FMCG (fast moving consumer goods) industry is one of the most popular one where barcode labelling is quite prevalent.Essentially barcode labels are labels that contain barcode for identification of individual item.In other words, barcode labels are machine-readable codes that consist of a series of parallel lines of varying widths and spaces (bars). These codes are used to store information about a product or item and can be scanned using a barcode scanner.



In the food and beverage industry, product labelling is crucial for providing consumers with essential information about the products they are purchasing. Barcodes used for product labelling typically include a Global Trade Item Number (GTIN), which is a unique identifier assigned to each product. But more importantly for the industry, it is used to label individual products, ensuring that each item can be tracked and identified throughout the supply chain, which is quite helpful for food and beverage businesses in terms of loss prevention.These barcodes also commonly include information such as the product's name, description, weight, and expiry date.

  • Tracking the distribution of food shipments as they move from warehouse to final destination
  • Recording expiration dates on individual shipments
  • Tracing contamination that originates off site
  • Reducing invoice discrepancies
  • Eliminating waste due to over-purchase of products


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