It’s not just about horsemeat, is it? asks Simon Sweetman.
The news this week that Subway had been granted leave to appeal against the previous decision that their toasted sandwiches and meatball marinara subs highlighted again how difficult it is to work
An owner of a takeaway food business has lost an appeal against a VAT bill, reports Nick Huber.
Hundreds of bakers have protested at Downing Street against plans to make hot takeaway foods such as pasties subject to 20% VAT, reports Nick Huber.
South West accountancy firm Bishop Fleming has taken up arms on behalf of the Cornish pasty after the government announced hot pasties will now be subject to 20% VAT.
Both the CFO and chief executive of US company Diamond Foods, maker of Kettle Chips, have been removed from their posts after an audit committee probe unearthed ‘improper accounting’ for paymen
The maker of Lucozade, the sports energy drink, has lost an attempt to prove that it is a “functional food” rather than a beverage, in a ruling that means that the product will be subject to VA
The recent Manfred Bog VAT case ruling in Germany could result in all takeaway food being zero rated in the UK with the possibility of retrospective claims going back four yea
When my clients eat in at a little cafe that is NOT vat registered do I put the entry in SAGE as T9 or T0?