I still have not found a list, but check out hese quotes that I have come across--
The EU directive lists only 28 vitamins and minerals, and 112 sources from which they were derived for use in food supplements, which can be sold legally after it comes into force on 1 August. It would threaten up to 5,000 products, containing more than 200 nutrients, which campaigners claim have been used safely in specialist supplements for many years. "
"A ?positive list? of 112 substances passed fit for consumption has been drawn up, which includes vitamin C, calcium and iron. But many popular substances, such as selenium yeast, tin, manganese and vitamin K2, have been omitted and are subject to 505 separate appeals"
"If the European Food Safety Authority rejects the proposals, many popular supplements such as Viridian High-Five, Nature?s Plus Source of Life, and Holland & Barrett Vitamin C-1 could soon be outlawed."
"Britain?s health supplement market is worth an estimated ?335 million a year and includes many products in long-established regular use for everything from blood pressure and diabetes to osteoporosis. About 21 million Britons ? a third of all women and a quarter of men ? take supplements in the belief that they will improve their health."
This is really spooky!