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Tri-Sodium Citrate to correct the pH of a too acidic mixture

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#1 Annamart21

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Posted 20 March 2019 - 06:17 AM

Good morning all! 

 

I was wondering whether one of you might be able to assist: We are busy with factory trials of a fermented maize drink and I would like to take some precautionary measures:

 

In the case of the pH of the final product being too low, what would you suggest can I add to increase the pH to the desired pH which will not have an effect on the flavor? I was thinking of using Tri-sodium citrate to increase the pH in case a situation like this does occur. Do any of you have experience with such a situation? Or any product you might suggest? 

 

TIA 

 

Anna :)



#2 Scampi

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Posted 20 March 2019 - 02:50 PM

Here's a list of possibilities

 

https://www.canada.c...ing-agents.html


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