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Pennings JLA, Havermans A, Krüsemann EJZ, et al. Reducing attractiveness of e-liquids: proposal for a restrictive list of tobacco-related flavourings. Tob Control 2023. doi: 10.1136/tc-2022-057764
The authors have brought out attention to an error in their manuscript, which has been published as an online first article in Tobacco Control.
The error appears in the Discussion under subheading 'Potential impact of proposal on manufacturers and users'. The revised text should have read as follows:
We found that for 0.2% of the tobacco-flavoured e-liquids without secondary flavours, all of their flavourings used are on the proposed list. Therefore, these products would be allowed to remain on the market with their current composition. 77.3% of the tobacco-flavoured e-liquids contain one or more flavourings that are not on the proposed list. For these liquids, manufacturers would have the option to adapt the composition using only (combinations of) the allowed flavourings. For the remaining 22.5%, the manufacturer has provided no, insufficient, or unclear information and we cannot say with certainty whether or not all of the flavourings used in these liquids are on the proposed list.