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Is acide citrique et vegan?

Acide citrique et is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is acide citrique et?

Acide citrique, also known as citric acid, is a weak organic acid commonly used as a food preservative and flavor enhancer. It is a natural component of many citrus fruits, including lemons and limes, and is also produced commercially by fermentation of glucose or sucrose. Acide citrique has a tart, acidic taste and is often used to add a sour note to foods and beverages. In addition to its culinary uses, it is also widely used in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries as an antioxidant and pH adjuster. Its versatile properties and widespread use make it an essential ingredient in many food and non-food products.

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