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Site URL: http://www.ishouldbe-souvlaki.com

Hi Friends!

we have recently started up our online store and website with squarespace and are currently having issues with our inventory.

we run a small vegan food business where our customers order food for pick up from our store and home delivery.  We have a range of products that can be purchased individually or via several packs (weekly pack, pasta pack etc). 
the majority of our products are available in several packs and have many variants (add ons) but due to the inventory system on square space, we need to take our inventory and divide it into each variant/pack.

is there any way to get around this? Basically we are wanting to load our numbers into the inventory and then they are reduced when a customer purchases that product in any format. If Squarespace doesn’t offer this as an option, is there any compatible software we can use?


thanks in advance!  


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Squarespace doesn't have any built-in features to manage inventory of individual stock items when they are also part of product bundles, sets or multipacks. 

A developer could build a solution to do this because Squarespace allow stock levels to be adjusted using the Inventory API, but it would be costly to build and would have ongoing costs.

Update: Trunk Inventory is now a Squarespace Extension and can do this (see new posts below)

Shopify also offers product bundling either as a built-in function of through the use of plugins/apps. 

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Hi. I seem to have a similar issue. I have an online food store. We sell packs and I want to give the customer a choice of what meals go in the packs. I would need two sections so they get to choose 2-3 items from section one and then 3-4 from section 2 then check out. Any schooling would be greatly appreciate.

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You can achieve something like this by using Product Blocks.

What I did was create an item with the name Bundle.  In the Additional Info section, I added Product Blocks for each item.  Here are the Design settings I chose:   Image-NO, Title-YES, Price-YES, Description-YES, Add to Cart Button-YES, Product Quick View-YES.  For the Bundle item, I added a Tag called " hidecart " and a Tag called " hideprice ".  Then in the Custom CSS code, I added this:

/* Hide the add-to-cart button */
.tag-hidecart .ProductItem-summary .ProductItem-details {
  .sqs-add-to-cart-button-wrapper, .product-quantity-input {
  display: none;

/*Hide the price on product page */
.tag-hideprice .product-price {
    display: none;


Checkout the end result:

Levenji Site Diaper Bag Bundle

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added additional code for hide price
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