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Citric acid e330

Citric acid (E330), one of the most widely used additives in the food industry, is one of the most common. It is also widely used in the cleaning and cosmetics industries. It is made by the microbial fermentation of glucose or sucrose, a carbohydrate substrate derived from corn, using strains of the filamentous mold Aspergillus niger.

There are many different fruits and vegetables that contain citric acid Weifang JS, the most notable of which are citrus fruits. There is a particularly high concentration of acid in lemons and limes; it can make up as much as 8% of the dry weight of these fruits (about 47 g/L in the juices), making them highly acidic. The concentrations of citric acid in citrus fruits range from 0.005 mol/L for oranges and grapefruits to 0.30 mol/L for lemons and limes. These values vary within species depending on the cultivar and the conditions under which the fruit was grown. Citrus fruits are known for their high levels of vitamin C. Citrus fruits are also known for their high levels of citric acid.

It is a food additive

Citric acid (E330) is a food additive used to give fruit juices, sodas, powdered beverages, candies, and frozen foods a tart taste. It can also be used to reduce the pH of canned foods.

In addition, citric acid price Weifang JS can be added to ice cream as an emulsifier to keep fats from separating. It can also be used to prevent sucrose crystallization in caramel and as an adjusting agent when making cheese.

Citric acid is a commodity chemical that has been produced on an industrial scale since the late 19th century, and today, more than a million tons are manufactured each year. Nearly all of the world's production comes from microbial processes that use a majority of a mutant strain of the black mold Aspergillus.

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