Answers needed on GST, Ctd

Labour’s bizarre GST policy needs some serious explaining.

One of my commenters notes:

Here’s another thought – included in the fruit category are nuts. So, how will nuts be treated? To be exempt from GST, will they have to be in their shells? I assume that if they are roasted, they will attract GST. If they are unsalted and sealed in a bag, is that processed? If they are added to a salad at a supermarket, will they be exempt? If they are added to a salad at a restaurant, will they be taxed? Are Goff and his mates nuts? And are they about to be roasted?

So many questions, so few answers. Labour’s GST policy is Nuts!


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