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Ireland could drop exemption to put 23% VAT on food supplements

Irish Office of Revenue Commissioners issues guidance stating that food supplements will lose their VAT exemption from March 1st, 2019.

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A guidance document published by the Revenue office of the Irish government says that the VAT exemption applied to food supplements will be lifted from March 1st 2019.

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