Citric acid

Foods like oranges, lemons, yogurt and apples have a sharp taste because they contain naturally occurring acids. Citrus fruits contain citric acid, apples contain malic acid and yogurts are rich in lactic acid. In this text-based activity, students summarise the functions and uses of citric acid as a food additive.

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