GST tariff for aerated water, mineral water, non-alcoholic beverages

 

GST rate on Mineral Water, non-alcoholic beverages etc.

 

Mineral Water, non-alcoholic beverages falls under HSN code chapter 22 of GST commodity tariff schedule.  The details about GST rate changes on sale of Mineral Water, non-alcoholic beverages are being updated here.  The notification changes on exemptions for GST on sale of Mineral Water, non-alcoholic beverages and other circulars related to GST on Mineral Water, non-alcoholic beverages are updated in this website.

Update on 18th May, 2017: GST rates on goods

NIL GST RATE;

1. Water [other than aerated, mineral, purified, distilled, medicinal, ionic, battery, de-mineralized and water sold in sealed container] [GST HSN chapter code 2201]

2. Non-alcoholic Toddy, Neera [GST HSN chapter code 2201]

3. Tender coconut water put up in unit container and bearing a registered brand name [GST HSN chapter code 2202 90 90]

 

Reduced GST rates on 11 June 2017, click here for details

 

12% GST RATE;

1. Ice and snow [GST HSN chapter code 2201 90 10]

 

Reduced GST Rates on 11th June 2017

                                                                        Earlier rate               new rate

2201 90 10                  Ice and snow               12%                            5%

 

2. Soya milk drinks [GST HSN chapter code 2202 90 10]

3. Fruit pulp or fruit juice based drinks [GST HSN chapter code 2202 90 30]

4. Tender coconut water put up in unit container and bearing a registered brand name [GST HSN chapter code 2202 90 90] 5. Beverages containing milk [GST HSN chapter code 2202 90 30]

 

Reduced GST rates on 11 June 2017, click here for details

 

18% GST RATE;

All goods not specified elsewhere

1. GST HSN chapter code 2201 Waters, including natural or artificial mineral waters and aerated waters, not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter nor flavoured.

Revised GST Rates on 18th January, 2018

                                                                                                    Present rate           new rate           

2201            Drinking water packed in 20 litters bottles               18%                       12%

 

2. GST HSN chapter code 2207 Ethyl alcohol and other spirits, denatured, of any strength.

3. GST HSN chapter code 2209 Vinegar and substitutes on vinegar obtained from acetic acid.]

28% GST RATE;

1. Other non-alcoholic beverages [GST HSN chapter code 2202 90 90]

 

Revised GST Rates on 10th November, 2017

                                                                                     Present rate           new rate

2202 90 90          Other non-alcoholic beverages           28%                     18%

 

2. Aerated waters, containing added sugar or other sweetening matter or flavoured [GST HSN chapter code 2202 10]

 

Amendment on 18th May, 2017

(i) In the Nil rate column, the entry “Tender coconut water put in unit container and bearing a registered brand name [GST HSN chapter code 2202 90 90]”, may be read as: “Tender coconut water other than put in unit container and bearing a registered brand name [GST HSN chapter code 2202 90 90]”. (ii) In 12% rate column, in the entry “Fruit pulp or fruit juice based drinks [GST HSN chapter code 2202 90 30]”, tariff item GST HSN chapter code 2202 90 30 may be read as GST HSN chapter code 2202 90 20.


 

GST tariff for aerated water, mineral water, non-alcoholic beverages

Goods and Service Tax (GST) rate tariff in India is designed in 6 categories of goods and services.  Four main GST rate slabs framed with Essential goods and services, Standard goods and services and luxury goods and services with 5%, 12%, 18% and 28% respectively.  Commonly used Goods and Services at 5%, Standard Goods and Services fall under 1st slab at 12%, Standard Goods and Services fall under 2nd Slab at 18% and Special category of Goods and Services including luxury - 28%.   The most essential goods and services attract nil rate of GST under Exempted Categories.     Luxury goods and services and certain specific goods and services   attract additional cess than 28% GST.

GST for Mineral Water, non-alcoholic beverages is expected to be charged at higher rate, say 28%.  Additional cess also is expected to be charged against sale of Mineral Water and non-alcoholic beverages.

 

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Cut down GST scheduled rate on sale or purchase of Ice and snow

GST levied rate on Waters under HSN 2201

Payable GST on Sugar confectionery

Payable GST on Ice and snow

No need to pay GST on purchase or sale of Neera

No GST on sale of Non-alcoholic Toddy

Zero percentage GST on purchase of Tender coconut water put up in unit container and bearing a registered brand name

Nil rate of GST on sale of Beverages containing milk

GST taxable rate on purchase or sale of Tender coconut water put in unit container

GST levied rate on Soya milk drinks business

GST percentage on sale or purchase of Fruit pulp

GST on Beverages containing milk

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GST tariff for aerated water, mineral water, non-alcoholic beverages

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The above information about GST rate on commodities under HSN code mentioned above commonly clarifies on questions explained under:

Rate of GST slab on waters, natural etc., not sweetened etc., ice and snow


GST on Water [other than aerated, mineral, purified, distilled, medicinal, ionic, battery, de-mineralized and water sold in sealed container] is nil rate.

Nil rate of GST payable on sale of Non-alcoholic Toddy, Neera

Tender coconut water put up in unit container and bearing a registered brand name falls under GST exemption list



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