Inventory CSV Files

This page describes the file format of the inventory CSV files. Inventory CSV files provide you a way to perform bulk updates of the inventory information you have saved to the Kaufland marketplace.

Inventory Feeds

Inventory Feed CSV files contain a list of product offers to be inserted or updated on the Kaufland marketplace.

For detailed descriptions of the available fields, please refer to the section here

File Header

You should always include a header line in your Inventory Feed files. The header contains the names of the fields that will be set for the products in the file. The order of the fields in the file is not important.

For detailed descriptions of fields, please refer to the section here

Example of a complete inventory export file: example file

Inventory Command Files

Inventory Command files in CSV format should not have a header line at the top. Instead, the first field of each line contains a command and the subsequent fields vary based on the command. Because of the lack of a header, the subsequent fields must be in the expected order. The correct fields and order for each command is listed below. Kaufland marketplace accepts three different commands in inventory command files. Every command consists of both required and optional fields.

For detailed descriptions of available commands and fields, please refer to the section here


Here are some examples of lines from command files.


With this command you are listing 67 units of the game "Sonic Rivals" for €49.99. The condition is set to new (100). The id_offer is 4390218756 and you state a handling in two days.


If you want to be sure you're editing exactly one unit, you should include an id_offer. This command deletes the listing you added above and specifies the id_offer 4390218756. Alternatively, you could have also run this command:


This would delete all of your units with this EAN.


This command deletes ALL of your units and then adds the same game again.