Acetic acid refers to a natural organic acid that is used in sugar and confectionery recipes, in pavlovas, as a stabilizer for the eggs, and in royal icing to help the icing set.

Acetic acid is also known as vinegar.

See also:
"Acetic acid" is in the HS Code "2915.21"
Acetic acid

"Acetic acid" is in the UNSPSC Code "51102706"
Acetic acid antiseptics

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