Inability to assess the safety of stannic chloride added for nutritional purposes as a source of tin in food supplements and the bioavailability of tin from this source based on the supporting dossier [1]- Scientific Statement of the Panel on Additives and Nutrient Sources added to Food (ANS)

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Acknowledgements

The European Food Safety Authority wishes to thank the members of the Working Group A
on Food Additives and Nutrient Sources of the ANS Panel for the preparation of this statement: F. Aguilar, N. Bemrah, P. Galtier, J. Gilbert, S. Grilli, R. Guertler, G.E.N. Kass, C.
Lambré, J.C. Larsen, J-C. Leblanc, A. Mortensen, I. Pratt, I. Stankovic.

Panel on Food Additives and Nutrient Sources Added to Food
doi
10.2903/j.efsa.2008.885
Panel members at the time of adoption
F. Aguilar, U.R. Charrondiere, B. Dusemund, P. Galtier, J. Gilbert, D.M. Gott, S. Grilli, R. Guertler, G.E.N. Kass, J. Koenig, C. Lambré, J-C. Larsen, J-C. Leblanc, A. Mortensen, D. Parent-Massin, I. Pratt, I. Rietjens, I. Stankovic, P. Tobback, T. Verguieva, R. Woutersen.
Type
Statement of the Scientific Committee/Scientific Panel
Question Number
EFSA-Q-2006-224
Adopted
26 November 2008
Published
10 December 2008
Affiliation
European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Parma, Italy
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Keywords
Food supplements, stannic chloride, tin tetrachloride, CAS number 7646-78-8