Where can I get names of physical products found in retail stores, like:

"Coca-Cola Zero", "LEVIS 501 ORIGINAL FIT JEANS", etc...

I know there are a lot of products in the world, so it can be limited to a single country, or limited to major brands, or limited to wide-circulation products only, but the less limited the better.

Translations should be considered as the same product, for instance بلاي ستيشن 4 is the exact same product as Playstation 4.

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    There are a lot of products in the world. Can you explain what you're trying to do with this data, as it might help people give a useful answer. (eg, if you're using it for commerce, see opendata.stackexchange.com/q/562/263 )
    – Joe
    May 4, 2015 at 11:14

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Open Product Data (an Open Knowledge project) has a lot of this kind of data: http://www.product-open-data.com/download/

In my experience, the data quality varies but is improving.

  • Whoops! I just saw Patrick's comment above.
    – todrobbins
    May 6, 2015 at 18:22

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