TN’s grocery tax holiday begins Monday

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Starting Monday, Tennessee shoppers won’t have to pay any taxes when they buy food at the grocery store.

The grocery sales tax suspension holiday begins on August 1st and will continue all month long. During this period, food and food ingredients may be purchased tax-free.

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The state says you’ll still have to pay taxes on alcoholic beverages, tobacco, candy, dietary supplements, and prepared food.


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