Colourless crystals with a sour taste which are very soluble in water. Malic acid is found in a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, but the richest source is apples. Malic acid (Food Acid 296) is a naturally occurring compound that plays a role in the complex process of deriving ATP. In the food industry it is used in the manufacture of esters, salts, wine manufacture and as a food flavouring/acid. Malic acid will add a sour element to confectionery. Quite often used in combination with citric acid and tartaric acid.
This product is is 100% pure and is suitable for vegans, vegetarians, gluten free and contains no filling or bulking agents.
Practitioners are purchasing a lot of this quality product to perform liver flushes and for use in connection with a variety of diseases including cronic fatigue. For instructions on using this product for these applications please consult with your health care professional.
Malic acid is also known as:
Malic acid anhydrous
Acido malico anhidro
Acido Malico anidro
Malic acid is an organic compound containing the carboxylic group -C(O)OH.
Purity levels of this product are tested using:
Chromatography - either HPLC or TLC
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Shipping Weight (Cubic Weight)||0.4150kg|
|Unit Of Measure||ea|
Candy Dandy31 August 2016Suitably for Strawberry, Raspberry, Apple, Cranberry, Pomegranate basically any bright berry or fruit. If you want give it a candy pop you need a just a touch of malic. It's a flavor enhancer like salt or MSG it just takes your fruit to the next level. You can add it to pâte de fruit, soft jellies, sorbet, macaroon fillings, cocktails basically anything. I bought this with a fumaric and tartaric acid to make some gummi bears and it came to my house in a sturdy box and arrived in a timely manner. Really impressed by the entire process.