I see I didn't explain my question very well.
Let's say there are products on the market available for sale from suppliers. Those products exist and are in the world, but not on my shelf for sale at my company yet.
When I receive a supply of these products and put them on my shelf, is there a word that distinguishes them from before they were on my shelf? They are now "stocked items" or "in-stock products", as opposed to simply "products", yeah? Or now maybe they are "inventory" now?
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I'm trying to describe the relationship between
- conceptual products: ones that may or may not exist, and
- products that are stocked on a shelf
I'm wondering if there's a term.