Do Peaches Have Citric Acid?

Although the amount of citric acid in peaches is fairly low, around 27 % on average, it is still there. Peaches also have around 73% malic acid.

Those who experience problems with heartburn because of fruits that are high in acidic content will need to avoid eating too many peaches, though in terms of their citric acid content, they are relatively low on the list.

Oranges are a prime example of a fruit with a very high citric acid content percentage, so those who have heartburn problems will definitely want to avoid eating them as much as possible because of the effect they can have.

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