Uses: Sodium potassium tartrate are found in most types of foods, typical products include meat and cheese products, jams, margarine. See E335.
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: Sodium potassium tartrate is a derivative of tartaric acid, E334, and is used in food as a buffer and antioxidant.
There are no known major adverse health effects and it is used medically as a bowel evacuant.