Sorbic acid

Sorbic acid

Sorbic acid acts as an antifungal agent and will limit the growth of yeast and fungi. Sorbic acid is permitted in wine up to a legal maximum of 200mg/litre although high levels of sorbic acid can lead to a geranyl taint on wine. Sorbic acid is also used as a preservative in flavoured alcoholic beverages.

Method: HPLC

Amount to send: 100ml

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