Product Traceability and Identification

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The essential conditions for the traceability process

The Vericode anti-counterfeiting traceability is implemented by using the aggregation and serialization of products: two essential processes to recognize the originality of a product and to trace it throughout its life




Products can have different levels of packaging and all must be serialized and tracked.

Starting from the single piece (base unit), then moving on to the primary packaging (case) up to the logistics unit (pallet).

Aggregation creates and maintains a so-called parent-child relationship between packaging levels and product owner information.

Each data aggregate is saved in the Vericode platform before the product is sold. 



Serializing means making each object in the hierarchy (base units, cases and pallets) unique and distinguishable by giving it a unique code, which can arise from internal logics within the company or following international standards such as those of GS1 (SGTIN, SSCC ...).



Choosing to buy only authentic products means valuing the work and quality that goes into them and your own money.
But is it always easy to distinguish an authentic product from a fake? If it has a VeriCode label, you know it’s the real thing. VeriCode is an alphanumeric code that you can check at any time on this website before you make your purchase.


Protecting your products is even more essential today, in a market where the number of counterfeit items is on the rise and their resemblance to the original is increasingly sophisticated.

Safeguarding products and customers is easy with VeriCode: a unique numeric code is associated with each individual product and follows it from production to sale, along the entire the distribution chain.


VeriCode is an anti-counterfeit and traceability system designed to protect producers and consumers by certifying authentic goods to distinguish them from any fraudulent copies.