I am aware of that, and we dont have anything in the store that qualifies as a “basic grocery” purchase. Nutritional supplements, like the products we carry are considered dietary supplements, which are subject to HST.[/quote]
Not that I know anything about this stuff, but it seems the document you linked says “Nutritional supplements” are NOT subject to HST.
So either your stuff isn’t really a “nutritional supplement” and is subject to the HST, or it is a “nutritional supplement” and isn’t subject to the HST. But you can’t have it both ways
I think you need to just drop the word “nutritional” from your statement up there, and you’d be fine.
Food and Drugs Act is Canadian. It’s right there on the link you posted. It’s the Canadian law that defines all this stuff. The CFIA is largely responsible for enforcing the Food and Drugs Act.