Citric Acid

Citric Acid is a weak, natural organic acid with the formula C6H8O7. It is obtained from the fermentation of natural sugar solutions, such as lemon juice. It has many uses: food additive, beverage acidifier, descaler, PH regulator, rust inhibitor, plasticizer, etc.

Citric Acid can be used in a variety of fields, including the beverage, food and cleaning industries.

Available Products

  • Citric Acid 50%

I need Citric Acid

Available Formats

  • 205 L
  • 1 050 L

It is important to note that citric acid is one of the strongest acids. Citric acid is also used in the production of algicides, animal feed and fertilizers. It promotes photosynthesis, ensuring faster plant growth.

Applications and use

  • Cleaning products
  • Preservative
  • Textile treatment
  • Phamceutical products
  • Cosmetic products
  • Soap and detergent
  • Food processing
  • Cleaners and descalers

Make d’UBA your distributor of Citric Acid

  • Thanks to our expertise expertise in chemical distribution, we can handle all concentrations of citric acid. Our private truck fleet can safely supply bulk and partial bulk volumes.
  • A network of world-class suppliers offering unrivalled supply stability and impeccable quality. We are committed to providing you with the products you need, when you need them.
  • Backed by the strength of Groupe Somavrac, a company that has specialized in the handling and distribution of chemical products for over 60 years, our professional team is at your service. We’ve built our reputation on the excellence of our expertise and our commitment to customer satisfaction.

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