ingredient information
Potassium Lactate
Lactic acid is bitter-tasting acid that forms when certain bacteria combine with lactose (milk or sugar). It is used to impart a tart flavor, as well as in the preservation of some foods. It occurs naturally in the souring of milk and can be found in foods such as cheese (used in coagulation) and yogurt. It's also used in the production of acid-fermented foods such as pickles and sauerkraut. young children with lactose intolerance may show adverse reactions