Here is what I cut from a news about bread in Ireland:
In Ireland, some of the main foods people eat are not taxed. The foods which aren’t taxed are the staple foods that people need. There are many foods which aren’t taxed but some of the foods include bread, milk, cheese and meat.
My question is why use 'but' in the last sentence? The information following 'but' doesn't seem to contrast with the clause before it. I'm confused.
Edited: Here is the source if you are interested: https://learnwithnews.com/2020/10/07/subway-sandwich-bread-is-not-bread-level-2/