Welcome to GS1 US
The Global Language of Business
Join trading partners and peers and unlock the power of standards
GS1 US Data Hub® | Product allows you to:
If you used Data Driver, visit our transition page to learn more about using GS1 US Data Hub | Product.
Avoid costly mistakes
Be confident that the U.P.C.s and barcodes you create are properly formatted and follow GS1 Standards.
Securely store your data
Work more efficiently, knowing your product data is automatically organized within the tool. Avoid worrying about multiple versions of the truth as you may with spreadsheets.
Share your data
Make your products more visible by sharing basic product data instantly with trading partners who are GS1 US Data Hub | Product subscribers. You choose which trading partners to share with and what to share.
Easily create, manage, and share U.P.C.s and barcodes. The tool automatically incorporates your GS1 Company Prefix and calculates the check digit for you.
Remove guesswork and worry from creating barcodes
Improve your product data security
Simplify sharing basic product data
Simplify managing your GS1 Company Prefix
A GS1 US Data Hub | Product “create/manage” subscription allows you to create and manage U.P.C.s/GTINs (Global Trade Item Numbers) and barcodes for your products using your GS1 Company Prefix.
GS1 US Data Hub | Product “create/manage” is available to members who obtain an annual GS1 Company Prefix. Each member company automatically gets a free subscription for one user as a benefit of their GS1 US® membership.*
If you would like to have multiple users at your company, choose one of the following options:
To integrate your GS1 US Data Hub subscription with your systems, choose the API add-on. This add-on will work with all your company's GS1 US Data Hub subscriptions.
*Your company must obtain a GS1 Company Prefix through GS1 US and your account must be in good standing.
In this publication, the letters “U.P.C.” 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 a Uniform Plumbing Code as authorized by IAPMO.