Introduced Version






SENATE BILL No. 241

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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED BILL



Citations Affected: IC 6-2.5-5-20 .

Synopsis: Sales tax exemption for vending machine food. Deletes a provision stating that food sold through a vending machine is subject to the gross retail sales and use tax.

Effective: January 1, 2002.





Landske




    January 9, 2001, read first time and referred to Committee on Finance.







Introduced

First Regular Session 112th General Assembly (2001)


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SENATE BILL No. 241



    A BILL FOR AN ACT to amend the Indiana Code concerning taxation.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana:

    SECTION 1. IC 6-2.5-5-20 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2002]: Sec. 20. (a) Sales of food for human consumption are exempt from the state gross retail tax.
    (b) For purposes of this section, the term "food for human consumption" includes:
        (1) cereals and cereal products;
        (2) milk and milk products, including ice cream;
        (3) meat and meat products;
        (4) fish and fish products;
        (5) eggs and egg products;
        (6) vegetables and vegetable products;
        (7) fruit and fruit products, including fruit juices;
        (8) sugar, sugar substitutes, and sugar products;
        (9) coffee and coffee substitutes;
        (10) tea, cocoa, and cocoa products;
        (11) spices, condiments, extracts, and salt;
        (12) oleomargarine; and


        (13) natural spring water.
    (c) For purposes of this section, the term "food for human consumption" does not include:
        (1) candy, confectionery, and chewing gum;
        (2) alcoholic beverages;
        (3) cocktail mixes;
        (4) soft drinks, sodas, and other similar beverages;
        (5) medicines, tonics, vitamins, and other dietary supplements;
        (6) water (except natural spring water), mineral water, carbonated water, and ice;
        (7) pet food;
        (8) food furnished, prepared, or served for consumption at a location, or on equipment, provided by the retail merchant;
        (9) meals served by a retail merchant off the merchant's premises;
        (10) food sold by a retail merchant who ordinarily bags, wraps, or packages the food for immediate consumption on or near the merchant's premises, including food sold on a "take out" or "to go" basis; and
        (11) food sold through a vending machine or by a street vendor.