Potassium Citrate USP/FCC | 50 lbs Bag

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50.00 LBS
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Ingredi Potassium Citrate, USP/FCC is manufactured and packaged by Archer Daniels Midland in bulk 50 pound bags. 

Potassium Citrate wich is a combination of Potassium Salt and Citric Acid is an ingredient used in food, beverage, and pharmaceutical industries. Potassium citrate may be used as a partial or complete replacement for sodium citrate when reduced sodium or sodium free products are desired. The substitution of potassium salt for sodium citrate will reduce the sodium content by 720 mg per 100 g product at 3% salt level. Potassium citrate will reduce sodium content in beverages, gelatin desserts, confections, jams and jellies. Medically, potassium citrate is an effective way to treat/manage Gout, Arrhythmia, Kidney Stones and Cystinuria due to it being an an alkaline salt.

As an ingredient in personal care products, Potassium Citrate naturally preserve cosmetics and personal care products by chelating metals. Citric acid and its salts are also added to cosmetics to help adjust the acid/base balance.

As an ingredient in vitamin supplements, Potassium Citrate can improve heart and bone health and help conditions like kidney stones.


Ingredi Potassium Citrate 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 has an E number of E332. It is both Kosher and HALAL Certified.


Ingredi Potassium Citrate is a white coarse powder that is odorless, with a slight saline taste. This product is highly hygroscopic and must be protected from humidity and high temperatures during storage.

1 Uses Submitted

  • beverage manufacturing

    Posted by Sue on Apr 23rd 2020

    We use potassium citrate in the manufacturing of diet soda.

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