This chapter gives an overview of the most frequently used acidulants in the food industry. Tables describing the use of a typical acidulant (ascorbic acid) as a food-processing agent are included. The emphasis of the chapter has been given to processing and formulation with these pH-adjusting agents.
KeywordsOxalic Acid Succinic Acid Malic Acid Fumaric Acid Quinic Acid
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