What is an acidulant?

An acidulant is a type of chemical leavening agent used in combination with bicarbonate to produce carbon dioxide gas during the baking process. Many different acidulants are available to bakers, which can make choosing the right one a difficult task. That’s why we have developed a concise range of acidulant blends designed to suit a wide variety of premixes and concentrates.

If you’re looking for the easiest way to add leavening agents to your recipe, try one of our complete baking powders, which contains all the necessary components in one ingredient to help you achieve consistent volume, shape and texture in your baked goods.