GS1 Global Meat and Poultry Traceability Guidelines
Practical guides for those who are responsible for implementing traceability in their company’s operations and supply chain for meat and poultry processors, distributors, wholesalers, food service operators and retailers.
GS1 Global Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Traceability Guidelines
This guideline serves as a best practice guide to implementing traceability in the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable (Produce) Industry.
GS1 Global Fish, Seafood and Aquaculture Guidelines
This guideline provides guidance to assist fish, seafood and aquaculture distribution channel participants and Other GS1 Member Organizations (MOs) in using the GS1 standards.
Addendum "Section 5 Data element formats": In Canada, to accommodate the reference to “eCom (electronic communications)” X12 EDI (Electronic Data Exchange) standards are used to communicate order to cash business information to trading partners. Example: The business processes used in “Order to Cash” include transactions such as; PO (Purchase Order 850), Invoice 810, ASN (Ship Notice/Manifest 856), etc.
GS1 Global Wine Traceability Guidelines
This guideline provides recommendations and guidance needed to understand and implement the GS1 numbering and barcoding from the grape grower to the retailer.
Addendum "Section 22.214.171.124 Trade items that may be crossing the point of sale (case, carton)": In Canada, only Option Two is supported. “For cases and cartons that will never be sold through a retail point of sale, identification is done using Application Identifiers (01) (GTIN) and (10) (Lot Number), and encoded in a GS1-128 barcode.
GS1 Global Product Recall Traceability Guidelines
This guideline provides guidance on how to execute the product recall process in conformance with GS1 standards when it impacts products traded in more than one recall jurisdiction.
GS1 Global Healthcare Traceability Guidelines
These guidelines assist in the implementation of traceability within a healthcare setting.