Ireland increase VAT rate applied to food supplements from 1 March 2019

5 February 2019

From 1 March 2019, Ireland will raise the VAT rate applied to food supplements (including vitamins, minerals fish oils etc.) to 23%.

This is due to the Irish Revenue recently confirming that they no longer consider these types of supplies as foodstuffs and therefore they will be reclassified from the zero to the standard VAT rate in the country.

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