Milliard Pure Food Grade Citric Acid
Did you know?
Did you know that 50% of the world’s citric acid product isn’t used for food? There are countless uses for citric acid around your home from descaling hard water, to homemade cleaning detergents and dyeing yarn. Citric Acid can even be used to remove stains from your pool and to make Bath Bombs (fizzies). Read on to learn why so many customers love Milliard’s Pure Food-Grade Citric Acid.
Our citric acid is made of the finest grain to ensure complete and speedy dissolving. Milliard’s Citric Acid is food grade which makes it safe to use in the kitchen and around children. We package our citric acid in heavy duty plastic bags to ensure freshness and to prevent spills during shipping. What’s more, the bags are resealable bag so you can use it for storage.
Citric Acid Organic?
The US National Organic Program (CFR Title 7:205) does not define nonagricultural products like citric acid in its program as organic. However, under CFR 205.605 Nonagricultural (nonorganic) substances allowed as ingredients in or on processed products labeled as ‘organic’ or ‘made with organic (specified ingredients or food group(s)), citric acid produced via microbial fermentation is. We do not use genetically modified materials in its products nor its processes eliminating any concern for adherence to the ‘organic’ designation either legally or materially.
DIY Bath Bombs
Give yourself some me time in the tub with homemade bath bombs to destress your mind and body. Citric acid is a central component of bath bombs and Milliard’s Citric Acid has a fine grain which will mix well with your other ingredients. Our citric acid also has a quick reaction fizzing time and your bath bomb won’t get soggy at all. Alternately, use citric acid to make Bath Bombs (fizzies) for a fun way to keep your toilet bowl clean.
Chemical Free Cleaning
Citric acid is used in numerous cleaning applications around the house. It’s tough on grease, foamy and antibacterial, making it a great for your homemade cleaning recipes. Use it to remove grime and rust spots, clean stainless steel and brass, in laundry detergents, and to remove stains from clothing. Most importantly, Milliard’s Citric Acid is food grade making it safe to use in the kitchen and around children.
Effectively Removes Water Buildup
Limescale is the off-white, chalky deposit found in kettles, hot-water boilers and other surfaces where ‘hard water’ has evaporated. Citric Acid had been proven to effectively inactivate water hardness, removing the calcium left behind from the water. Use Citric acid in the shower, washing machine, iron, and anywhere else you see water stains. Add a tablespoon of Citric Acid to each dishwasher cycle to remove those spots from your dishes and make your glasses sparkle.
Food Preservative and Additive
Our food grade citric acid has countless applications around the kitchen. Since citric acid effectively changes the pH in food, it’s great for use as a preservative. Use it for canning, jelly making and to help eliminate bacteria in game meat. Citric acid is also used to tenderize and cook meat, ripen homemade mozzarella cheese and in wine making or beer brewing. Use critic acid as flavoring. It’s a great alternative to lemon juice in dry seasonings and lemonade. Add a teaspoon to a batch of candy for a super sour taste.