Citric Acid | E 330

E 330 Citric Acid

Citric acid has been made commercially by the large-scale fermentation of sugars using the mould Aspergillus niger or yeasts. It is an acidity regulator, antioxidant, sequestrant that occurs widely...

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Acetic Acid | E 260

E 260 Acetic Acid

Acetic acid is naturally present in many foods. Produced by fermentation, it has been used for thousands of years as a preservative in pickles. It is a natural acid, and preservative and has no sid...

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Sodium Citrate | E 331

E 331 Sodium Citrate

The various sodium salts are produced by either partially or completely neutralizing citric acid with sodium hydroxide or carbonate. Citrates are found widely in nature and Sodium Citrate is used a...

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Sodium Phosphate | E 339

E 339 Sodium Phosphate

Sodium Phosphate is an acidity regulator and chelating agent that is produced commercially from a reaction with phosphoric acid. It occurs naturally in many foods. Researchers linked high phosphate...

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