Classification of product identification
There are a variety of classification methods for product identification. For example, product identification is classified according to the product element identification, and according to different factors such as the name, specifications, materials, and place of origin of the product identification. In addition, product identification can be classified according to the process of product production, such as the selection of raw materials for the product, the initial processing of the product, or which steps are processed. In addition, the types of product identification are divided into: 1) water labels. Cards affixed to or attached to product packaging marked with product name, box, price, etc. are mostly used for identification of purchased products and final products; (2) records. Documents such as process cards, craft cards, dispatch orders, and tracking cards are mostly used for product identification in the production process; (3) color. Use different colors to indicate certain characteristics of the product; (4) symbols. Use different graphic texts to indicate certain characteristics of the product; (5) Containers. Use different containers to hold and mark certain characteristics of the product; (6) Area. Use different areas to store and mark product characteristics; (7) Seal. Use different seals on the product or product packaging or product records to indicate a certain characteristic of the product; (8) Labels. Use different colors or text or graphic signs to indicate certain characteristics of the product.  These are the different methods of product identification. In short, no matter what type of product identification, they are compiled to achieve the purpose required by producers and sellers.
The role of product identification
Product identification is of great significance to producers, sellers and consumers. First of all, for consumers, because the product label indicates certain information that consumers need, such as what kind of origin the product is from and what raw materials are used, then these elements are labeled on the product. The logo provides consumers with convenient and easy-to-find functions. Consumers can buy their favorite products according to the instructions of the logo. For the seller, after purchasing a large amount of products from the producer, the product identification can be used to distinguish different types, different types, and different inspection states of products to avoid the occurrence of problems during storage of the products. The embarrassing scene of mixing different products because the number of products is too large. For producers, product identification is also of great significance: we know that there is a type of product identification that specifically marks the various steps in the production process of the product, so for some complex product identification, product identification can Helps the producer to play a role in remembering the production steps: which steps have been completed and which steps have not been completed, which can be seen at a glance through the product identification. In addition, for the product identification, the data described above can serve as a warning to producers and sellers. For the producer, if the data on the product identification is not true, then the producer needs to bear the legal responsibility for false publicity. For the seller, knowing that the data on the product identification is distorted and concealing it, and eventually selling the product, he will also bear the legal responsibility equivalent to the producer. In general, the product logo is a "business card" for the product, which bears the role of introducing the product. At the same time, the use of the product logo also has a positive role in promoting the production of the producer and the storage and sales process of the seller.