Below are different QR Code News articles about how people are using QR Codes.

QR Code News – Trails of discovery lead to Living Smart Festival

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Sustainability Engagement Coordinator Chris Harle said the trails mirrored a concept successfully trialled at Green Point Reserve earlier this year.
“It’s a self-guided, all-ages activity where people stop at each marked pavement sticker along the trail and scan a QR code to find out information about the surrounding area, and answer questions designed to stimulate thought and discussion,” she said.

The Warners Bay trail delves into the history of the area, what it was like before European settlement, native tree species found along the lake’s edge and the significance of Munibung Hill.

QR Code News – SEVENmile partners with Dock Labs to authenticate certificates

Dock Labs verifiable credentials platform, Dock Certs, is now enabling SEVENmile to issue hundreds of fraud-proof digital certificates and credentials that students can store on a mobile phone. By scanning the QR Code on the certificate, a hiring company will have immediate certainty and trust that the certificate is authentic.

QR Code News – Vegemite launches limited-edition jars With QR Codes

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The limited-edition labels feature a scannable QR code, which reveals a recipe for each meal on the jar.

“The Mitey Meals labels reflect how Vegemite can add a uniquely Aussie taste to much-loved recipes,” Vegemite marketing manager Jess Hoare said.

“We apologise in advance if adding Vegemite to meals was your well-kept secret ingredient.”

QR Code News – Iconic SA region to feature on limited edition Nutella label with QR Code

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Nutella’s newest collection of limited-edition jars, showcases the beauty of some of our country’s most loved – and most iconic – locations including none other than the Barossa Valley.

Released this month, the Nutella Loves Aussie Recipes collection celebrates the unique landscapes and flavours of Australia, with new recipes inspired by ingredients from each location.

Azzurra Puricelli, Marketing Manager for Nutella said, “We’ve rediscovered what home really means in the last few years, so our newest Nutella collection aims to celebrate what makes this country so unique. We hope Australians can enjoy collecting these iconic jars just as much as they enjoy a delicious breakfast with Nutella in the mornings”.

Take a delicious journey and discover new Nutella recipes from around Australia. Each recipe can be found on the corresponding jar’s QR code, or at

QR Code News – Tile rolls out ‘Lost and Found’ QR code stickers

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After getting Sherlocked by Apple’s AirTag and exiting to Life360 late last year, lost item tracker Tile is launching a new product — and it’s not a hardware device.

Today, the company introduced new “Lost and Found” labels, which are simply QR code stickers that you can place on anything that might go missing. By scanning the QR code, someone who finds the missing item can view the owner’s contact information and arrange for the item’s return.

The company says this solution is designed for those items where using a Bluetooth tracker is not the right option, but it also serves as a means of introducing new users to Tile as the stickers are marked with the company logo.

QR Code News – Track-and-trace trial of cherry and potato supply chains

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Conducted as part of a Food Agility CRC collaborative project, the CherryPlus traceability project trialled GS1 data standards to create a digital map of properties and the movement of products in the NSW cherry and potato industries.

The pilot project used unique serialised QR codes with a GS1 Digital Link label that were applied to Woolworths-branded bags of brushed potatoes and punnets of organic cherries.

The data was managed via FreshChain’s fully integrated, blockchain-enabled, paddock-to-plate assurance system. This allowed the product to be traced in real time, from property to store, providing information about how the product moved along the supply chain and the time spent at each location.

QR Code News – New Royal Show wristbands to reunite lost kids with parents – PerthNow

Parents will have one less thing to worry about at the Perth Royal Show with a QR-code wristbands available for kids for the first time.

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