Wife brought me a receipt for the items necessary to make s'mores. here's an odd statistic: graham crackers and hershey's milk chocolate bars qualify for the 2% food tax rate, but marshmallows and higher-grade dark chocolate do not. rather than focus on the disparity between the two groups, which strikes me as corporate favoritism, i'm more baffled by the fact that crackers and chocolate bars could ever be considered food.
seems food policy is at odds with health policy. wonder where i've heard that before.... well, one thing's for certain: nationalized health care would never be subjected to this kind of favoritism.