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Frequently Asked Questions About Sales of Food and Beverages

5 - How are federal food stamps treated?

The tax does not apply to eligible food purchased with federal food coupons. Food stamp eligible food encompasses everything that is considered food for sales and use tax purposes, plus soft drinks, candy, confectionery, water, ice and otherwise taxable and prepared foods.



 
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Food and Beverages FAQs
  q1 - Are sales at a bakery considered grocery or market food items?
  q2 - Are caterers required to collect the tax?
  q3 - Are there any other exemptions?
  q4 - Does "food" include everything that is edible?
  q5 - How are federal food stamps treated?
 
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