Citric acid is one of the most widespread in the plant kingdom acids and occurs as a metabolite found in all organisms. Lemon juice contains citric acid, for example, 5-7%. But is also found in apples, pears, cherries, raspberries, blackberries, currants, in conifers, fungi, tobacco, wine, and even in the milk. Industrial is one of citric acid by fermentation of sugar-containing raw materials such as molasses and corn ago. For the fermentation Aspergillus niger strains are used. Citric acid acts not only by its acidic action, but also by the formation of a calcium complex. It is frequently used in cleaning agents to avoid the unpleasant smell of the vinegar cleaner. Citric acid may be used for example for descaling kettles, immersion heaters, faucets, shower heads, dishwashers and washing machines. In addition to being mostly used acidifier citric acid is used in the food industry for a number of other technological applications. Citric acid supports the reddening of meat and also improves the baking properties of dough and flour.
- soft drinks
- confectionery, Jam, marmalade, jelly
- Ice cream and desserts
- Fruit Juices and Fruit Nectars (within 3 or 5g / l)
- cut packaged vegetables, fruits and peeled potatoes
- Cheese and Meat Products
- Water softener and fabric softener alternative
- for the passivation of stainless steel
- Accelerator for the curing of cementitious materials
- as rust remover
- in many technical applications
Citric Acid is mainly used as acidulant, flavoring agent, preservative and antistaling agent in food and beverage industry. It is also used as antioxidant, plasticizer and detergent in chemical,cosmetics and cleaning industries.
Kept in a light-proof, well-closed, dry and cool place
White Crystalline Powders, Colorless Crystals or Granules
Citric acid E-330 100%
1 bag of 25kg
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