Sodium Diacetate

What is Sodium Diacetate?

Sodium diacetate is a compound derived from acetic acid, which is the main component of vinegar. As an acidulant, it provides a slightly tangy or sour taste to various food applications.

Sodium diacetate is commonly used in meat processing as a flavor enhancer, preservative, and antimicrobial agent.

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Sodium Diacetate Distributor & Supplier Information

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Information About Sodium Diacetate

Sodium diacetate is used in snack foods, baked goods, processed meats, and more.

Sodium diacetate acts as a mold inhibitor and extends shelf life, while also imparting a unique tangy, acidic flavor to food and beverage products.

Appearance: White crystalline powder

pH (10%): 4.5-5.0

Solubility: 1 gram is soluble in about 1 mL of water

About AIFI - A Sodium Diacetate Supplier & Distributor

American International Foods, Inc. is a leading sodium diacetate supplier with an additional full service portfolio of over 2500 food and beverage ingredients. We offer one of the most extensive lines of acidulants distributed to manufacturers and processors in the food, beverage, pet food, health and nutrition sectors. With a strategic nationwide warehouse network and our reliable just-in-time deliveries, we can supply your business with high quality acidulants at competitive prices.