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Anhydrous citric acid is a versatile and popular product with a wide range of uses. Chemically, it is a white, crystalline powder with a sour taste, and is derived from citrus fruits such as lemons, limes, and oranges.

In the food and beverage industry, anhydrous citric acid is commonly used as a flavoring agent, acidity regulator, and preservative. It is often added to soft drinks, candies, and baked goods to enhance their flavor and extend their shelf life. It is also used in the production of vitamin C supplements.

In the beauty industry, anhydrous citric acid is used in bath salts and bath bombs to create a fizzy effect and provide a refreshing scent. It is also used as an exfoliant and skin brightener in facial cleansers and masks.

Anhydrous citric acid is particularly popular for use in homemade bath bombs and bath salts, as it is an essential ingredient for creating the desired fizzing effect. When added to water, it reacts with bicarbonate of soda to produce carbon dioxide, which causes the bath bomb or bath salt to fizz and release its scent and essential oils.

Overall, anhydrous citric acid is a versatile product with a wide range of uses, from food and beverage production to beauty and personal care. Its sour taste, chemical composition, and versatility make it a popular choice for a variety of applications.

The granules are sugar-sized and may vary slightly in size from one batch to the next.

This product is food-grade.

Citric Acid (Anhydrous)

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