Acidity Regulator (107(i)) is a subclass of calcium carbonates which regulates the acidity and alkalinity of food.
Check for the manufacturing date and expiry date at the label to make sure it has not expired.
Excessive consumption of Acidity Regulator (107(i)) can cause loss of appetite, constipation and nausea.(2)
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