GS1 public policy in action
Leveraging GS1 standards to meet key food safety challenges
Fulfilling FSMA 204 Traceability Final Rule Requirements, augmenting supply chain visibility, agility and resilience.
Smart supply chains need smart data sharing
Elizabeth Board, Thierry Grumiaux, and Jaco Voorspuij explain how GS1 standards can take supply chains and port management to the next level
A shared responsibility for food safety
It's time for governments and food industry to collaborate to facilitate trade and resilient and sustainable supply chains
The evergreen importance of traceability for food safety
Patrik Jonasson on why traceability and food safety are on top of the agenda
GS1 presents at leading product safety event for first time.
Francesca Poggiali explains how the GS1 system is key to boosting product safety.
Food security and COVID recovery: global data standards can help
Improved cross-border food trade can help tackle food security challenges
A world free of substandard and falsified medicines
Géraldine Lissalde-Bonnet joins UN sponsored video-campaign
The EU green recovery empowers industry and consumers.
Francesca Poggiali joins European Commission panel to cover product information and digital means
GS1 helps build a resilient post COVID-19 supply chain
Patrik Jonasson brings you the key recommendations of a GS1 report, sponsored by the United Nations (UN)
US FDA unveils new era of smarter food safety blueprint
Marshall Keener reflects on the important role of GS1 in this process
GS1 standards benefit the public sector
- Facilitate regulatory processes and implementation by industry
- Benefit authorities in their own services and business processes, maximising value for all users
- Ensure that local and global processes are harmonised and interoperable
- Enable regulatory alignment, both regionally and globally
Public policy priorities
Food and product safety is a serious risk for governments and consumers.
Circular economy & sustainability
GS1 standards can make a difference in the sustainability and circular economy models.
GS1 standards advance innovation in the public sector, in their business processes and regulations.
Illicit trade & anticounterfeit
The ability for GS1 standards to uniquely identify products helps authorities in this battle.
Border processes & trade digitisation
Global data standards foster efficient trade by easing customs’ procedures.