sodium lactate


Colourless to yellowish solution


Sodium Lactate holds a mild salty taste


Sodium lactate is the sodium salt of lactic acid and is produced by fermentation of a sugar source, such as corn or beets. Sodium lactate is a safe preservative with a high water holding capacity and buffering properties for food and personal care uses.

As wholesale providers Rigest supply sodium lactate in 25L, 200L and 1000L bulk containers, to businesses both in the UK and abroad. The Rigest experts not only help you buy fulfilling your needs but their delivery fleet means that your sodium lactate order is delivered securely and on time. If you are looking for a sodium lactate supplier then get in touch with our team or get more information by downloading our sodium lactate MSDS.


  • Sodium Lactate is widely used as preservative and pH regulator in food production.
  • It acts as an antioxidant, humectant, flavour enhancer, emulsifier and pH regulator and is used primarily in meat products to enhance flavour and extend shelf life, inhibiting bacteria.
  • In beverages it is used as an acidity regulator, flavour enhancer.
  • In sour drinks it is used to regulate PH and enhance flavour.
  • As preservatives: in wine processing to inhibit bacteria of breeding, promote yeast growth and prevent muddy wine


  • feed & pet food
    • Animal Feeds
    • Domestic Pet Foods
  • beverage
    • Alcoholic Beverages
    • Carbonated Soft Drinks
    • Instant Drinks
    • Juice Drinks
    • RTD Tea & Coffee
    • Sports & Energy Drinks
    • Water (Flavoured)
  • healthcare
    • Clinical Nutrition
    • Food Supplements
    • Over the counter
  • food
    • Baby Food
    • Bakery
    • Cereals
    • Confectionary
    • Dairy
    • Dressings
    • Flavours
    • Ice Cream
    • Instant Food
    • Instant Formula
    • Meat
    • Ready Meals
    • Sauces
    • Seafood
    • Seasonings
    • Snacks
    • Soy Products
    • Sweet Spreads
    • Vegetables

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