posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 11:09 PM
Originally posted by jplaysguitar
can you elaborate on what i will see at this link?
edit on 17-8-2012 by jplaysguitar because: will
Sure. This is from the blog:
"Price Look-Up codes (PLUs) are printed on the small stickers attached to fresh produce at the grocery store. These codes are used to make check-out
and inventory control easier for the store. They also tell you key pieces of information about the produce, such as how it was grown.
Conventionally grown food can be identified by a four-digit number, such as 4011 for bananas.
Organic food is identified by a a five-digit number that begins with a nine, such as 94011 for bananas.
Genetically modified food is indicated by a five-digit number that begins with an eight, such as 84805 for a vine ripe tomato."
I think these are the same stickers they scan when the cashier rings you up.