Lactic Acid 88%, Food Grade (FCC)

Safe To Use As A Preservative Or An Acidifier In Food Applications

Food Grade
GRAS Generally Recognized as Safe

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About Lactic Acid 88%, Food Grade (FCC)

Lactic acid may exist either as a white solid in pure form, or a clear to yellowish liquid when dissolved in water. It can be produced via fermentation of carbohydrates, or synthesized from acetaldehyde. Food grade is synonymous with FCC, a monogram controlled under the United States Pharmacopeia to ensure the purity and safety of chemicals for food use.

Common Uses and Applications

  • Preservative
  • Dairy culturing agent
  • Contraceptive jellies
  • Acidifier
  • Pharmaceutical ingredient
  • Cosmetic ingredient


Chemistry Table

L-(+)-Lactic acid, (S)-2-Hydroxypropanoic acid, (S)-Lactic acid, (S)-2-Hydroxypropionic acid, (2S)-2-hydroxypropanoic acid, Sarcolactic acid
FCC Grade
L-Lactic Acid

Safety and Shipping Information

GRAS Reference Citation 21CFR 184.1061.

DOT: Corrosive liquid, acidic, organic, n.o.s.(lactic acid), 8, UN3265, PG III

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