Tax would apply to about 40% of food sold in New Mexico

02/16/2010 | FoodNavigator

New Mexico lawmakers are considering a food tax that would apply to some 40% of the food sold in the state, including candy, soft drinks and tortillas made with white flour. Staples such as vegetables, fruits, dairy products, cereals and meats would be exempt under the bill, which was approved by the Senate and heads to the House.

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