Uses: Sodium Tartrates are found in most types of foods, typical products include sweets, jelly, jams, carbonated beverages.
People with cardiac failure, high blood pressure, damaged liver or kidneys, and fluid retention should avoid this. Can cause irritation to eyes, and mild to moderate skin irritation. Inhalation can also cause nausea, stomach cramps, dizziness and breathing difficulties.
Description: Monosodium Tartrate and Disodium Tartrate are sodium salts of tartaric acid, E334, used mainly as an antioxidant and synergist in food, as well as an acidity regulator.