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Food industry use

It is widely used in the food industry as an important component of food acids and flavorings. Such as candies, drinks, jams and jellies, which can increase the acidity and flavor of food and provide a refreshing taste.

Pharmaceutical use

It has many uses in the pharmaceutical industry. It is often used to make medicines, such as calcium supplements, oral preparations and topical ointments containing malic acid.

Cosmetic industry use

Malic acid is widely used in the cosmetics industry, especially in skin care products face pack, cosmetics and in many other skin products.

Use in the alcohol industry

Malic acid plays an important role in the beverage industry. It is also used in fruit wine and other fermented beverages to increase acidity and to adjust the taste and balance of the products.

Low minimum order quantities

When you plan to launch unique, own-brand products, it is often simply not feasible to order large quantities of each member of the product line. The lower MOQ we offer can reduce the cost of entry to market and alleviate concerns about expiring inventory if initial sales levels are low.

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Our product development team works tirelessly to provide you the most accurate quote for the product you envision. We do our best to provide our customers with excellent offers as quickly as possible.

Malic acid is an intermediate product of the citric acid cycle. It is formed from fumaric acid and is oxidized to oxalic acid.

Malic acid (C4H6O5) is an organic dicarboxylic acid with a sour taste, which can be found in many sour foods. Forms colorless crystals. Hygroscopic compound. Soluble in water and alcohol. It can be considered a hydroxy derivative of succinic acid. It was first extracted from the juice of unripe gooseberries by Carl Wilhelm Scheele in 1785.

Biological malic acids are homochiral and only the (L)-malic acid enantiomeric form occurs in nature.