L Ascorbic Acid Powder 1kg, 2kg, 5kg & 25kg
We are confident that you will not find this grade of Ascorbic Acid at a lower price.
Manufactured by an FDA approved facility.
Derived from sweet potatoes.
Ascorbic acid powder is widely used in cosmetic , food & beverage applications throughout the world. As well as by individuals simply wishing to increase Vitamin C intake. Our ascorbic acid powder is soluble in water and can be used as a nutritional supplement. Trade Ingredients are a global supplier of ascorbic acid powder. Ascorbic acid powder is soluble in water and can be used as a nutritional supplement. Our Ascorbic acid powder is made to GMP, ISO9000, ISO9001, ISO9002 and SO22000 food safety standards and has not been genetically modified (GMO)
BP/USP grade Ascorbic Acid Powder is regarded as the gold bar standard of Ascorbic Acid. Please be aware of companies selling the exact same product as this but charging highly inflated prices by making ludicrous claims. In short, our Ascorbic Acid can is approved for use in British, American & European pharmaceutical applications as well as in food and beverages.
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WE ARE SORRY BUT PRICES OF ASCORBIC ACID ARE SET TO RISE THROUGH 2017. THIS IS OUT OF OUR CONTROL DUE TO WORLD SHORTAGE
Trade Ingredients purchase ascorbic acid powder in large volumes direct from the manufacturer. This is how we can keep our prices so low. You can purchase this product with confidence knowing that our this product has to pass rigorous pharmaceutical checks before being given the Trade Ingredients approval. Tractability, quality, and consistency are just some of the things we demand on every ingredient we stock. This is our practice and is what sets us apart from other suppliers.
100% Pure Ascorbic Acid
1/4 teaspoon - (Approx 1000 milligrams) would provide 1667% of the Daily Value.
Made in a facility that also handles Milk, Soy, Egg, Gluten and products thereof.
The products sold on this website are not intended to diagnose, treat, restore, correct or modify any functions in human beings. They are intended to be used in food, beverage, cosmetic, pharmaceutical applications or/and to help maintain & support a healthy lifestyle. If you intend to use our products as a supplement or as a nutritional product we recommend that you seek advice from a fully qualified healthcare professional before purchasing or consuming any of the products listed on this website, especially if you are taking other medications or pregnant. Discontinue use and consult a doctor if any adverse reactions occur. Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: How does Ascorbic Acid prevent Scurvy?
Scurvy is a disease which is caused by the bodys inability to produce collagen due to lack of Vitamin C in a diet. Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) prevents scurvy by acting as a catalyst in your body to build collagen - the connective tissue which cushions the joints in your body and holds your teeth and organs in place.
Question: How does Ascorbic Acid inhibit enzymatic Browning?
Enzymatic browning is the process which can cause fruit and vegetables to become brown when cut or sliced. It is the products of an enzyme called polyphenol oxidase that cause this reaction when the cells are cut or sliced. The inhibition of enzymatic browning is actually caused by higher acidity (e.g. pH below 4.0) inibiting the activity of the polyphenol oxidase. Adding Ascorbic Acid allows you to regulate the acidity level to below 4.0.
Question: How does Ascorbic Acid help Iron absorption?
There are two different types of Iron - heme and honheme. Common sources of heme iron are usually animal based foods such as meat, fish, poultry and dairy. Common sources of nonheme iron are plant based and include beans, spinach and lentils. The human body is not as good at absorbing nonheme iron as its heme counterpart. Ascorbic acid strongly boosts your bodys ability to absorb this nonheme iron - this is only the case when the source of the nonheme iron and ascorbic acid are digested together.