My son has an intolerance to citrus fruits so does he need to avoid eating citric acid as well.
We believe that he is actually salicylate intolerant as he tested positive as being intolerant to many other things containing them. Orange juice is the worst for him. Citric acid is in so many things and there is already so much he can't eat
You should actually take this question to a doctor or allergist, who can do definitive testing. Getting health advice from random strangers on the internet isn't very reliable.
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