Citric Acid Anhydrous FCC/USP | 50 lbs Bag

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50.00 LBS
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Citric Acid Anhydrous, USP/FCC Fine Granular is manufactured and packaged by Tate & Lyle in bulk 50 pound bags. 

Citric Acid Anhydrous is an ingredient used in food, beverage, and other industries. It brings a clean, refreshing tartness to any product it is added to. Citric Acid is primarily an acidulant but can also be used as a sequestrant of metal ions to protect from the development of off-flavors and off-odors in certain foods. Its major use is in the manufacturing of ecologically compatible detergents. 


Tate & Lyle Citric Acid Anhydrous meets USP/FCC standards. It complies with all requirements of the U.S. Pharmacopeia, Code of Federal Regulations, European Pharmacopeia, British Pharmacopeia, Japanese Pharmacopeia, and W.H.O./F.A.O. Food Additive Specifications. It is considered E-330 Food Ingredient. 


Tate & Lyle Citric Acid Anhydrous is a is a free-flowing, fine crystalline powder. It is generally odorless with possible slight maple lactone smell. Its appearance is  translucent crystal or white granular. Its is soluble in water and is considered Vegan and Vegetarian but can not be considered GMO-free. 

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