LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. — GS1 US, the not-for-profit standards group here, reflected on the June 12 death of Alan L. Haberman, a former food retailer who helped select the design for the Universal Product Code bar code and served on the organization’s Board of Governors for many years. “Alan Haberman literally put a stamp on global commerce as one of a handful of grocery executives involved in creating the UPC,” said Bob Carpenter, president and chief executive officer of GS1 US, in a ...

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