Indiana does not impose sales tax on the sale of food and food ingredients if they are sold without heating and without the eating utensils provided by the seller. The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) provides the food and beverage tax rates for each county or municipality in a table. You can also contact your county auditor's office to find out if your county has this tax. Any unprepared food that you can buy at a grocery store is not considered taxable in Indiana.
In addition, items sold to both farmers and contractors are exempt from sales tax in Indiana. This list refers to unprepared edible foods. In some cases, the items you buy at the grocery store, such as soft drinks, candy and candy, are taxed at a different rate. Food prepared for consumption in a supermarket is taxable in all states.
For more information on how these transactions, and other more complicated situations, are subject to Indiana sales tax, visit the Indiana sales tax FAQ page.