If you mean to say it will no longer be available in the future (permanently), I'd use to discontinue
It expresses lack of availability, rather than the actual removal of the product from an inventory list.
cease from doing or providing (something), especially something that has been provided on a regular basis."The ferry service was discontinued by the proprietors"
stop making (a particular product)."Their current top-of-the-range running shoe is being discontinued"
Synonyms: stop, end, terminate, bring to an end, put an end to, put a stop to, wind up, finish, bring to a halt, call a halt to, cancel, drop, dispense with, do away with, get rid of, abolish;
More: suspend, interrupt, break off, phase out, withdraw; abandon, give up, cease, refrain from; informalcut, pull the plug on, axe, scrap, give something the chop, knock something on the head, leave off, pack in; informalquit;
"the ferry service was discontinued"
no longer available, no longer produced, no longer manufactured; obsolete, no longer in existence "a discontinued product"
antonyms: continue, new cease taking (a newspaper or periodical) or paying (a subscription).
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