Ohio Court Strikes Down Tax on Grocery Sales

     COLUMBUS, Ohio (CN) – A state tax levied on grocery store sales in Ohio is unconstitutional, a state appeals court ruled. The 10th District Court of Appeals found that taxes on grocery sales violate a state ban on taxing wholesale and retail food that’s not eaten where it’s sold.




     The ruling marks a victory for the Ohio Grocer’s Association, Carfagna’s Inc., CFZ Supermarkets Inc., Reading Food Services and The Sanson Co.

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