Citric Acid

Citric acid exists in many fruits and vegetables, mainly citrus fruits. Its name sounds as something harmful, but it can be found in many packaging as ingredient, even in organic and natural products. It is a natural preservative and is used in foods and refreshments which we want to have a sour taste. We can have it without any fear in our closet so that we can use it in ways that may surprise us!

Available in the following pack sizes

Citric Acid - Packaging
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Available pack sizes
PackagingGrams
Sachet 50
Plastic box 60
Prof. Sachet 1.000
Prof. Plastic 720
Ingredients/Characteristics

The citric acid can be used in ice creams, in the caramel so that it does not sugar, or in recipes in place of the fresh lemon juice. The citric acid can also be diluted with water and used as a household cleanser.

More information about citric acid

Even though the extraction process is rather scientific, the acid itself is a natural, organic, non-test tube product. The citric acid listed in the ingredients of a tomato sauce is the same with the acid that that gives fruits like lemons and limes have this sour taste! At first, it was produced by dehydrating and crystallizing lemons, but later it was discovered that some strains of mold (such as Penicillium) produced it much more effectively.

As you can imagine, one of the main uses of citric acid is giving the foods a sour taste. We can find it in sour candies, soft drinks, juices and many prepared foods. It is also a very effective natural preservative and color additive, which is the reason that explains its addition to many canned and preserved products.

As for the citric acid in our closet? We can make cheese with its help! Because the citric acid is so dense, it is better than the lemon juice at separating the milk.

Recipes using citric acid

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