Acidity Regulator (INS330) is naturally derived from citrus fruits like kiwi, strawberries and many other citrus fruits. It is used to add an acidic, or sour taste to foods and drinks. It is usually used as an acidity regulator as well as aromatic compound. Citric acid increases gel strength in marmalades and decreases enzymatic browning in fruits and fruit products.
Check for the manufacturing date and expiry date on the label to make sure it has not expired.
Those who have sensitive skin must avoid it as it may cause allergic reactions. It can irritate nasal passageways and cause asthma. It may cause heartburn and acid reflux in some people.(2)
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