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Edit Product Dialog

This is the property dialog for a product in the inventory. It contains basic properties for the product and a list of all purchases. The list of purchases is used to calculate Quantity, Total weight and Total value and is used for stocktaking and inventory stock valuation.


The name of the product


You can set tags for a product


Optional vendor field


Optional location field

User ID

A user defined id, can be used for whatever you need.

Barcode ID

Barcode ID. For new products that you add manually you can press the Random barcode id button to generate a random id.

Unit weight

The weight of the product. Only Kg supported, so you might need to convert to Kg if you are in the US.

Min quantity

You can set a minimum quantity for the product and this can be used to alert you when you need to buy more of this product.


Optional notes.


Right click in the image for options. Paste, Copy to clipboard, Open ands Clear.

Ingredient link

You can link this product to an ingredient to be able to automatically update the inventory when a recipe is produced. The $ button to the right will update the Cost/Kg in the ingredient with the current price of the product.

RCPX link

You can also link the product to a recipe group.


Show all

The list of purchases remembers all historical purchases. To avoid showing old purchases you can uncheck this checkbox to only show newer purchases in the list.


Edits a purchase, opens the Product item dialog. Here you can set Quantity, Price, Purchase date, Best before date and a Info for that purchase.


This will list all productions this product is used in. Opens the Track product dialog.


Add a new purchase.


Delete the selected item.


This is the total available quantity of this product.
Use the + and – buttons to quickly increase or decrease the quantity.

Total weight

This is the total available weight of the product.

Total value

This is the total value of the product using the FIFO (First-In-First-Out) method.

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