What you can buy with a lunch benefit at the grocery store?

With the lunch benefit you can buy, for example, meals served at the service counter or shop-packed meals such as stuffed baguettes.

In grocery stores, lunch benefit can be used to pay for items such as hot food counter portions, salads from the salad bar, sushi counter portions, meals dispensed from the service counter, shop-made and/or packaged items such as stuffed breads and baguettes.

Please note, however, that the lunch benefit may not be used to pay for commodities, food, alcohol, tobacco, snacks or ready-made, industrially packaged food. When paying, please also remember the annual minimum and maximum values set by the tax authorities for the lunch benefit.