Product Identification
Product identification is a collective term for various expressions and instructions used to indicate product information. Product identification mainly includes the name of the product, the place of production, the name of the manufacturer, the site of the product, the main components of the product, the specifications and models, as well as the date of production, the date of expiration, and warning signs. Product identification can be marked on the product, or on product packagings or shrink sleeve labels. Its content should comply with the "Product Quality Law of the People's Republic of China" and other relevant requirements. Product identification can be represented by words, symbols, numbers, patterns, and other illustrations. Its labeling content should meet the requirements of national standards.
Conceptual interpretation
Product identification refers to the description and instructions that indicate the product name, place of origin, production plant name, factory location, product quality status, shelf life, and other information. The purpose is to provide consumers, sellers and users with information about the product and help They understand the ingredients, quality, and standards of the products, explain the use and maintenance of the products, and guide consumers. [2]
Under normal circumstances, the product must have a logo. The product identification together with the physical sample clearly indicates the product quality
Commitments and guarantees. However, naked food and other naked products that are difficult to be labeled according to the characteristics of the product may not be marked with a product. The former are: bread, meals, churros, etc. produced by restaurants, while the latter are buttons, cotton, hardware, etc.