Cream of Tartar | 25 kg Bag

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50.00 LBS
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Ingredi Cream of Tartar also known as Potassium Bitartrate is manufactured and packaged by GC Chemicals in bulk 24 kg (55.12 pound) bags. 

Potassium Bitartrate is primarily used as an ingredient in baking. It is an acidic by-product of wine-making found in the sediment left behind in wine barrels after fermentation. It becomes a powdery white substance used in baking after being purified. Cream of Tartar stabilizes egg whites to prevent the egg from collapsing too quickly. It is also added to baked goods to help activate the alkaline with baking soda as it forms baking soda when mixed with baking powder. The product also prevents sugar crystals from forming when boiling sugar and regulates pH levels. 


Ingredi Cream of Tartar also known as Potassium Bitartrate is manufactured and packaged by GC Chemicals. It is in compliance with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations of any state. It is certified BSE-free, non-GMO, and Kosher. 


Ingredi Cream of Tartar/Potassium Bitartrate is a solid, white odorless powder. It has a pH (1%) level in water at 3.5-3.6 and is soluble at 10°C 4g/1000mL. 

6 Uses Submitted

  • Baking

    Posted by Cheryl on May 17th 2020

    I use this product at my wholesale bakery for inverted sugar and baking powder

  • Manufacturing

    Posted by Carmen on Mar 16th 2020

    We produce grain free baked goods and mixes.

  • Wine

    Posted by Joey on Feb 28th 2020

    Cold stabilizing wine

  • Bath and body

    Posted by Patricia on Feb 25th 2020

    In bath bombs

  • Food Service

    Posted by Phil on Feb 22nd 2020

    Clean aluminum pots and pans.

  • Winemaking

    Posted by Lauren on Jul 10th 2019

    Stabilizing acid in wine

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