Currently, the traceability (TXNG) of products and goods is done through barcodes, or QR codes. However, the TXNG in these forms has not brought confidence to consumers because the information about TXNG in it is incomplete, especially there is no information about the ‘input’ stages of the production process – determining product quality. Standardizing product TXNG codes and putting into operation the National Product and Goods TXNG Gateway will contribute to solving this situation.
Illustration In Decision 100/QD-TTg dated January 19, 2019 of the Prime Minister approving the “Project on implementation, application and management of the traceability system”, the Ministry of Science and Technology is responsible for building Build and put into operation the National Product and Goods Export Portal. At present, the Ministry of Science and Technology has developed and published 20 national standards in the field of NR. It is expected that in the fourth quarter of 2021, the National Product and Goods Trade Portal will come into operation. National standards are the basis for businesses to standardize TXNG activities, in which information about products and goods is fully collected in all stages of the supply chain, instead of only information. of farming and production as it is today. The TXNG portal will store this information to serve the advertising needs of businesses and to manage and supervise the implementation of TXNG by the State. A product is considered traceable through an electronic label using barcodes or QR codes according to the standards of the GS1 global bar code organization, when using scanning software or applications. The QR code must display all information about the product chain, from purchasing supplies, monitoring the care process, spraying, fertilizing, harvesting, preliminary processing, and transportation. This information is collected automatically or semi-automatically and is exploited and shared. The National Center for Codes and Barcodes (Ministry of Science and Technology) – the unit authorized to assume the prime responsibility for implementing Decision No. 100/QD-TTg – is coordinating in developing a draft Circular on electrical labels. to issue a uniform regulation on stamps and labels using barcodes and QR codes to meet the above requirements. According to the National Center for Codes and Barcodes, the comprehensive implementation of such stages brings benefits to businesses and people. Enterprises have tools to manage and publicize product quality, increase competitive value in the market. Consumers know product quality through information about the entire process of formation and path of a product before it goes on sale. Management agencies will accurately and promptly determine the cause of product quality problems as well as the roles and responsibilities of the parties involved. When the information about TXNG products and goods is uploaded by businesses to the TXNG Portal, it will create a data warehouse to serve the needs of transparent export product information and e-commerce of enterprises.
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