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Trident Island Berry Lime Sugar Free Gum made with Xylitol is fruity and delicious. This tangy, berry flavored gum will transport your taste buds to a tropical location. Each pack of gum contains 14 individually wrapped stacks. Case contains 12 packs of 14 stick packs. Nutrition Ingredients: Sorbitol, Gum Base, Xylitol, Glycerin, Natural and Artificial Flavor, Mannitol; Less than 2% of: Acesulfame Potassium, Aspartame, BHT (to Maintain Freshness), Red 40 Lake, Soy Lecithin, Sucralose…

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No one can be blue chewing this tasty treat. Who says you can't give a blue raspberry to someone? Wrigley offers us a six foot dispenser of sour blue raspberry bubble gum delight. Enough to share with family and friends in the most adorable packaging that keeps your chewing gum fresh. Follow All City Candy on Social Media: Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest Nutrition Ingredients: Sugar, Gum Base, Corn Syrup, Glycerol, Citric Acid, Less Than 2% Of: Corn Starch, Natural And Artificial…

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Dubble Bubble Bubble Gum Fun Favorites Mix (say THAT five times fast) is a fabulous mix of Cry Baby Sour Gumballs and Dubble Bubble Twist Wrap in classic bubble gum flavor as well as grape, watermelon and apple. It's the perfect filler for a pinata -- what kid doesn't like bubble gum? As for grown-ups, this is perfect for that empty candy jar sitting all by its lonesome in the office break room: nut-free, fat-free, gluten-free and kosher -- one piece has only 15 calories! Gumballs are 3/4"…

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Each piece of the Hubba Bubba Max Strawberry Watermelon Gum is double-layered, combining the popular fruit flavors of watermelon and strawberry.

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Remember the rainbow zebra packaging when you were a kid? Not that old? Well, that's okay, this assorted fruit flavored chewing gum will be a new favorite for kids of all ages. Stick chewing gum in 5 colors and flavors: melon, cherry, orange, peach, and lemon. Case Contains: 12 packs with 17 sticks each Follow All City Candy on Social Media: Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest Nutrition Ingredients: Sugar, Gum Base, Corn Syrup, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Malic Acid, Citric Acid…

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Dubble Bubble Bubble Gum has been around since 1928. Fleer Candy Company accountant Walter Diemer created this candy. Claiming he stumbled upon the recipe by accident. The gum featured comic strip featuring brothers Dub and Bub (replaced in 1950 by Pud). As it grew in popularity, it was even distributed as part of military rations during World War II. It also was part of the first-ever gum five-pack (1957).

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Arabic Gum is also known as “Goo-nd”, Acacia or Indian gum. It is translucent and transparent in appearance. It comes from a tree name Acacia Senegal. It is a magical tree that produces edible gum through its trunk and branches. About 50% of world’s Arabic gum comes from Sudan now. The adverse condition of a tree like dry roots, poor soil and high heat tends to produce the edible gum. It is used on industrial level in confectionery products. It is used to maintain and stabilize the products…

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Pop Rock's is the #1 selling popping candy! The Bubble Gum flavor is just as much fun and blowing bubbles, maybe better! This carbonated candy is a crackling mouth sensation! Not only will your "Taste the Explosion," this Pop Rock candy turns into bubble gum. Gluten Free Nut Free Follow All City Candy on Social Media: Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest Nutrition Ingredients: Sugar, lactose (milk sugar), gum base (soy), maltodextrin, citric acid, glycerine, corn syrup, artificial…

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Yankee ingenuity and perseverance created Dubble Bubble Bubble gum. The Fleer Chewing Gum Company tried for years to make workable bubble gum to no avail, until employee Walter Deimer, who liked to experiment with leftover ingredients in his spare time, made the perfect batch in 1928. But upon returning the next morning, Deimer couldn't recreate the gum and spend the next four months trying to recapture it. Finally, he made a successful batch (pink because that's the only color Diemer had at…

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