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Hello, I just received a lot of beef jerky as a gift for my upcoming whole30 and an ingredient in it states "encapsulated citric acid." I realize that citric acid is OK, but what's up with that word encapsulated? Sometimes they put parenthesis afterwards describing what the item was encapsulated with, but this beef jerky does not state it. This is the product: SOGO Snacks - beef jerky (original flavor) Ingredients: Beef, water, sea salt, encapsulated citric acid, celery juice, black pepper, red pepper, granulated garlic, coriander, onion powder, white pepper, in beef collagen casings The amazon description states that it is whole30 friendly, but it isn't an official snack, so I thought I'd ask through this forum. https://www.amazon.com/100-Grass-Fed-Paleo-Friendly-Sticks/dp/B01LXXACU0?th=1 Thank you for your help! (By the way, I cannot find a search option for the forum, so that I can quickly search if this has been discussed before. If I missed it, my apologies). - Ash