Some big retail chains (including certain supermarkets) overseas request a “Barcode Verification Report”.
This type of report is produced by a verification machine that carries out test scans of your final printed barcode (as it appears on the label/packaging), and then gives the barcode a scan grade. Grades A, B, C, and D are all considered pass grades, and indicate that your barcode has been printed effectively, and can be scanned with ease. E and F signify that your barcode has failed, indicating poor print quality that causes difficulty in decoding the barcode by the scanner.
Kindly note that our verification engine can solely authenticate EAN-13 and UPC-A barcode images, ranging from 80% to 135% magnification, as stated in the standard barcode dimensions.
If your reseller requires you to get a verification report, please contact us.