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Acidity Regulator (E331)

This acidity regulator is also known as sodium citrate. They are often found in sodas as they are used as acidity regulators and aroma compounds. They increase gel strength in marmalades and decrease enzymatic browning in fruits and fruit products. It can also be found in gelatin products, jam, ice cream, carbonated beverages, milk powder, wine, and processed cheeses.

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