Count on Cargill to deliver the consistent quality, reliable supply of citrate ingredients and acidulants plus the value-added solutions you need.
We produce a full line of citrate ingredients and acidulants for customers in the food, beverage, health and pharmaceutical industries. Citrate ingredients and acidulants can be used in a wide range of applications — from adding tartness and enhancing flavor to increasing buffering capacity and sequestration of ions.
You also can be confident in knowing that Cargill citrates can be manufactured to meet the monograph specifications of global pharmacopeia standards and certifications, including:
|Industry / Regulatory Body or Certification||Citric Acid||Potassium Citrate||Sodium Citrate|
|United States Pharmacopeia (USP)||X||X||X|
|Food Chemicals Codex (FCC)||X||X||X|
|British Pharmacopeia (BP)||X||X|
|European Pharmacopeia (EP)||X||X|
|Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) *||X||X||X|
* Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives - United Nations Food and Agriculture Organizationm (FAO) / World Health Organization (WHO)*
For the knowledge, global manufacturing and integrated processes you need from your citrate ingredient supplier - look to Cargill.
Appealing tartness, lasting freshness
Acidulants help create the refreshing bite in a sports drink, the creamy meltability in cheese, the gelled texture in jellies – while increasing ingredient system stability and prolonged shelf life.Download
From dedicated producer programs to the industry’s broadest ingredient portfolio, Cargill is the right partner to help grow and protect brands by delivering non-GMO products to consumers.
*The Codex Alimentarius Commission was created in 1963 by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO). The Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) is an international expert scientific committee that is administered jointly by the (FAO) and the (WHO).