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Can bar codes serve as trademarks?

July 6, 2011

Well the short answer is … yes. Beyond words and logos and so forth, the Trademark Office has continued to recognize an extensive range of marks that function as unique identifiers of a specific producer of a product or service. Colors, sounds and even smells have been granted registration. And bar codes are no exception.

Read here for additional information and examples of registered custom bar codes >> Bar Code trademarks.

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