Citric Acid


1 in stock
Citric acid is found naturally in several fruits and berries and is commonly added to many delicious foods and beverages as a preservative or is used for flavouring. It has a slightly tarty taste and can easily be used in replacement of lemon juice in many recipes...even lemonade! It can easily be incorporated into flavoursome homemade jams and marinades to prevent the fruit from browning and helps to prevent bacteria from growing. Citric acid can also be used to add a sour taste to delicious homemade lollies and candies and also offers many health promoting benefits that contribute greatly to assisting your bones to absorb calcium! What do you like to use citric acid for?

Ingredients

Product Information

Colour

Colourless crystals

Odour

Texture

Purity

Moisture

<1.0%

Foreign

Damaged

Split/Broken

Country of Origin

China

Packaging

A) 25kg - Paper bag B) 1kg - Resealable poly bag heat sealed (10 to ctn) C) 1kg - Resealable poly bag heat sealed (6 to ctn)

Code

CITA25 VCAC1C VCAC1B

Storage

Clean, Dry, Cool Area, Free from infestation, recommended Temperature 0-15 Celsius

Nutritional Information

Typical Analysis: per 100g

Energy

<0.1 kJ

Protein

Nil

Fat Total

Nil

- Saturated

Nil

Carbohydrate

Nil

- Sugars

Nil

Sodium

0.4 mg

What Can I Order?

We stock all our items in bulk from our suppliers. As a wholesaler we break down our bulk items to service all your needs. Whether you need 500kg or 50g we are more than happy to service your requests. Melbourne-based customers we also provide complementary delivery 6 days per week with competitive minimums.

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