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UPC code (Universal Product Code) is the first large-scale application of the bar code, the United States unified code committee to develop a bar code for goods, mainly for the United States and Canada, after the passage of international trade.

In principle, UPC code is produced by the manufacturer in the catalog after the production of goods to the local code committee to apply for approval after the trademark in the UPC system only identification code.

A commodity corresponds to only a UPC, after the application of the manufacturer, the manufacturer has the right to change the use of UPC.

How to buy UPC code  --  Adding UPCs, EANs, and ISBNs for Your Products

Most categories require sellers to use a product identifier to create new product pages and offer listings on the Amazon.com website. The most common identifier used by sellers is a UPC.

If you don't provide a UPC, EAN, or ISBN, you will generally receive an error message. When this occurs, you will need to add the product's identifier in order to create a new product detail page in the Amazon.com catalog or complete your inventory offering. (If you don't have a UPC, EAN, or ISBN for your product, see How to Obtain a Product Code.)

The UPC field is supported in the Add a Product tool and in Inventory File templates.

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A UPC code is a 12-digit number with the bar code comprised of 7-bit codes that represent each digit in the sequence.

There are exactly 30 bars in the UPC code sequence, including the start and end bars.

The UPC code is read by a digital scanner that allows it to interpret each of these bars and match it up with a database for speedy check out.


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