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Is acide cítrique vegan?

Acide cítrique is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is acide cítrique?

Acide citrique, also known as citric acid, is a natural organic acid found in many fruits, especially citrus fruits like lemons and oranges. It is commonly used in the food and beverage industry as a flavor enhancer, preservative and acidity regulator. Acide citrique has a sour taste and is often used to give a tangy kick to drinks, candies, sauces and baked goods. Aside from its culinary uses, this ingredient also has many practical applications, such as cleaning, descaling and water softening. Overall, acide citrique is a versatile and useful ingredient that can add both flavor and function to a wide range of products.

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