|Posted on Wednesday, August 26, 2009 - 12:54 pm: || |
Is citric acid from tomatoes ok? I talked to the manager of the local pizza place where I live and they get their sauce from a company. He said the citric acid on the label is from tomatoes, but he he not sure. He is going to e-mail the company for me.
|Posted on Wednesday, August 26, 2009 - 12:57 pm: || |
He said the label read "naturally derived citric acid". I don't think that makes a difference but I figured I would tell you guys anyway.
|Deb A. |
|Posted on Friday, August 28, 2009 - 9:09 am: || |
Most citric acid is made by fermenting corn, so there are glutamate residues...that is why many of us react to citric acid.
|Posted on Monday, September 14, 2009 - 11:47 am: || |
I had a can of organic tomatoes that listed the ingredents as "tomatoes and naturally derived citric acid." I called the 800 number and asked the customer service person about the citric acid and she said "I'm sure it is from tomatoes" I asked if she could please find out for sure and sure enough, it was from corn. You can't take anything for granted.
|Posted on Monday, September 14, 2009 - 6:26 pm: || |
My cortisone nasal spray contains citric acid, is it safe to use, I always have a reaction to citric acid in foods as I am also allergic to corn, any idea? Thank you
|Posted on Tuesday, September 15, 2009 - 5:10 am: || |
If you react to citric acid in foods, you very well may react to it in the nasal spray, although perhaps not to the same degree. Have you used it yet?