Citric acid is a colorless, crystalline organic compound made of carboxylic acids, also popularly known as lemon salt. Its formula is C6H8O7. It is found in almost all plants and liquid animal body fluid. It goes through physiological processes in which fats, proteins and carbohydrates are elevated to carbon dioxide and water. The pH value is 3.5.
CITRIC ACID USAGE AREAS
The codename between the protectors is E 330 .