Gst Taxation For Natural & Raw Honey And Fresh Button/Oyster Mushrooms


Vijay Singh Rawat
watch_later 8 months, 3 weeks ago

Hello,

   Iam a beekeeper and a mushroom grower and i work from my home.

1- I have a proprietorship firm registered under udyog adhaar and i also have FSSAI lic No.

2- i have also opened up a current a/c.

I have natural - raw honey from my bee hives and sometimes i purchase natural - raw honey from other beekeepers also.

I grow fresh button mushrooms and oyster mushrooms and sometimes i purchase fresh button mushrooms from other growers also

I pack my honey in 500 gms glass bottles and also label it , i do not have any registered brand name for my honey ... i mention " Natural and Raw Honey " on my label along with some basic information about honey , my firm name and logo (logo is not registered) , contact no. , packing date , expiry date , type of flower from which honey is extracted and my FSSAI lic no.

I pack my fresh mushrooms in transparent plastic packing of 200 gms and also label it. Again i do not have any registered brand name for my mushrooms ... I mention " Fresh Mushrooms " on my label along with some basic info about mushrooms , my firm name and logo (logo is not registered), contact no. , packing date , expiry date and my FSSAI lic no.

I give these items to small shops and stores.

I want to know it these items are gst taxable or not ... and if they are taxable then how much is the taxation ?

Can i do cash purchase of raw honey and fresh mushrooms  ?

Thank You,

Vijay Singh Rawat

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Basheer PM watch_later 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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As for Natural Honey there are two types

1. Branded Honey (Registered in Trademark), then the GST is 5%

2. Unregistered Honey, the GST is exempted

The HSN Code is 04090000

 

In your case, as you have not registered for trademark, the GST is exempted for Honey

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