Harvest Date Start
The harvest start date. For example, the harvest start date can be the date when an animal was slaughtered or killed, a fish has been harvested, or a crop was harvested. This start date is determined by the organisation conducting the harvesting. Different organisations may use more specific terminology when referring to their specific needs and use terms such as: Date of catch or slaughter date. When referring to animals the date range refers to the whole animal and all meat or fish cuts derived from this animal.
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The GS1 Web Vocabulary collects terms defined in various GS1 standards and data systems and made available for general use following Linked Data principles. It is designed as an extension to schema.org and, where relevant, mappings and relationships arising from that vocabulary are made explicit.
The initial focus of the GS1 Web Vocabulary is consumer-facing properties for clothing, shoes, food beverage/tobacco and properties common to all products.
This includes properties related to EU 1169 as defined in the GDSN and GS1 Source Standards. In addition, the vocabulary includes the definition of parties and of a product offer (a product offered by a party for a price). Properties and their definitions come from existing GS1 standards including GDSN, GS1 Source and GPC. Exceptions to this rule include the definition of Offer which does not exist in any of the above standards.
The GS1 Web Vocabulary was originally developed as the primary output of the GS1 SmartSearch standard but it now fulfils a broader remit. The GS1 SmartSearch standard enables businesses to benefit from:
- More accurate search results for consumers to find the products and information they need.
- A lower bounce rate, i.e. people landing on a page and immediately navigating away as it's not relevant to them.
- Improved conversion rate from visits to sales.
- Improved, accurate online product information.
- Shared product information via consumer-facing mobile devices and websites, which ultimately drive sales.
The GS1 Digital Link standard makes it possible to express any set of GS1 identifiers as a Web URI and therefore the identified item can be the subject of machine-readable facts and assertions made about it. The GS1 Web Vocabulary includes the link types used in GS1 Digital Link to annotate links to related resources, such as product information pages, instruction manuals, related videos, certification information, brand owner APIs, traceability information and more.
Terms from Scan4Transport cover extended address information suitable for deliveries, especially 'last mile' deliveries.
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|Best Before Date||xsd:date||Best before date on the label or package signifies the end of the period under which the product will retain specific quality attributes or claims even though the product may continue to retain positive quality attributes after this date. Best before date is primarily used for consumer information and may be a regulatory requirement.|
|Due Date||xsd:date||The date by which an invoice should be paid. This data element represents an attribute of a payment slip reference number, AI (8020), and a Global Location Number (GLN) of the invoicing party.|
|Expiration Date||xsd:date||The expiration date is the date that determines the limit of consumption or use of a product/coupon. Its meaning is determined based on the trade item context (e.g., for food, the date will indicate the possibility of a direct health risk resulting from use of the product after the date, for pharmaceutical products, it will indicate the possibility of an indirect health risk resulting from the ineffectiveness of the product after the date). It is often referred to as 'use by date' or 'maximum durability date'.|
|Expiration Date and Time||xsd:date||The manufacturer determines the expiration date and time, which is relevant only for short duration and for items that will not be sent on long distances and not outside of the time zone. A typical application of AI (7003) is in hospitals or public pharmacies for special, customised, products which may have a 'life duration' shorter than one single day. The life duration varies according the pharmaceutical substances used in the treatment. The precise expiration date and time is defined at the end of the manufacturing process, and can be barcoded on the product label as an attribute to the item's GTIN. Where there is no business requirement to express the expiration date to the nearest hour (or less), AI (17) Expiration date should be used.|
|First Freeze Date||xsd:date||The first freeze date is applicable to products that are frozen directly after slaughtering, harvesting, catching or after initial processing of the product. Examples include fresh meat, meat products or fishery products. The first freeze date is determined by the organisation conducting the freezing.|
|Harvest Date.||xsd:date||The harvest date. For example, the harvest date can be the date when an animal was slaughtered or killed, a fish has been harvested, or a crop was harvested. This date is determined by the organisation conducting the harvesting. Different organisations may use more specific terminology when referring to their specific needs and use terms such as: Date of catch or slaughter date.|
|Harvest Date End||xsd:date||The harvest end date. For example, the harvest end date can be the date when an animal was slaughtered or killed, a fish has been harvested, or a crop was harvested. This end date is determined by the organisation conducting the harvesting. Different organisations may use more specific terminology when referring to their specific needs and use terms such as: Date of catch or slaughter date. When referring to animals the date range refers to the whole animal and all meat or fish cuts derived from this animal.|
|Packaging Date||xsd:date||The packaging date is the date when the goods were packed as determined by the packager. The date may refer to the trade item itself or to items contained.|
|Production Date||xsd:date||The production date is the production or assembly date determined by the manufacturer. The date may refer to the trade item itself or to items contained.|
|Production Date and Time||xsd:date||The date and time of production (or assembly). The date and time of production is determined by the manufacturer. The date and time may refer to the trade item itself or to the items contained.|
|Sell By Date||xsd:date||The date specified by the manufacturer as the last date the retailer is to offer the product for sale to the consumer. The product should not be merchandised after this date.|