Citric Acid Fine Granular | 50 lbs Bag

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50.00 LBS
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Ingredi Citric Acid Anhydrous, USP/FCC is manufactured and packaged by Archer Daniels Midland 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. 


Ingredi 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. Assay (anhydrous basis) 99.5 to 100.5%


Ingredi Citric Acid is a free-flowing, odorless, colorless, translucent crystal or white granular to fine crystalline powder. Its pH value is at 1.8 at 25°C and soluble at 590g/1 at 20°C.

5 Uses Submitted

  • cosmetic

    Posted by amer on Dec 30th 2019

    Bath bombs

  • Beverage

    Posted by Joakim on Dec 12th 2019

    We use this in the manufacturing of performance beverages

  • personal care

    Posted by Joy on Jul 24th 2019

    ingredient for bath bombs

  • Craft

    Posted by N/A on Jul 4th 2019

    I use this product in my bath products. Specifically bath fuzzies.

  • Bath and Beauty

    Posted by N/A on Jul 3rd 2019

    Bath fuzzies and body care.

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