Get GTINs and UPC Barcodes from GS1 US

Uniquely identify your brand and your products in the supply chain and e-commerce.

Authentic Barcodes Powered by GS1 Standards 

To make your products easy to find, buy, trace, and fulfill they need a unique digital identity supported by standardized data. GS1 provides a common digital language to seamlessly communicate trusted data across the supply chain.

Over two million companies around the world harness the power of GS1 Standards to fuel commerce and manage their supply chains.

Power Your Sales 

UPC Barcodes, GTINs, and GLNs are like fingerprints for your products and locations, giving everyone confidence that your products and locations are uniquely identified along the supply chain. Get it right the first time with GS1.

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With GS1 Standards, you have powerful tools, best practices, and trusted master data foundations to deliver consistent experiences. Learn how to put the most widely used supply chain standards to work for your business.

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Barcodes from GS1 US are Trusted Around the Globe

Making an investment in your business by obtaining barcodes for your products enables you to successfully sell your products on and offline. Whether you are satisfied with selling one product or want to grow and scale your business, barcodes and GTINs are must-haves.

“In this publication the letters ‘UPC’ are used solely as an abbreviation for the ‘Universal Product Code,’ which is a product identification system. They do not refer to the UPC®, which is a federally registered certification mark of the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (‘IAPMO’) to certify compliance with the Uniform Plumbing Code as authorized by IAPMO.”