This bar code symbology is used in grocery and most retail products in Europe. It contains numeric data only. The first two digits of a code represent the country, the next six represent the supplier ID, the next four digits are the product number and the last is the required check digit. It can be followed by either a two or five digit supplemental number. EAN-13+2 is typically used in the publishing industry, to show the week number of a magazine. EAN-13+5 is typically used in grocery where the last five digits usually represent the price.