I don’t chew gum very often but when I do I want it to be something Natural and Eco-friendly. I found that Glee Gum is all natural. It has no artificial coloring, flavoring, sweeteners or preservatives. It is also gluten-free. Glee Gum is the only gum in North America to be made the old-fashion way ~ with chicle Chicle is a natural tree sap harvested sustainably from the rainforests of Central America. In the past all gum was made with chicle – but now most is made of Synthetics. Even the packaging is Eco-Friendly – it is made from biodegradable, recycled cardboard.
I love these cute boxes! I was lucky enough to try a few different flavors. I tried the Cinnamon – one of my favorites, Spearmint, Tangerine, Bublegum Flavor and Triple Berry. These were the regular gum I also tried the sugar free Lemon-Lime and the sugar free Refreshing Mint which was also very good. What I liked about the gum was that it had long last flavor and that the texture was good for a long time.
Here’s a few fun facts about gum:
- Cinnamon, spearmint and peppermint are among the most popular flavors of chewing gum today.
- Chewing gum while cutting onions can help a person from producing tears.
- The color of the first successful bubble gum was pink because it was the only color the inventor had left. The color “stuck,” and today bubble gum is still predominantly pink.
- The largest bubble ever blown was 23 inches in diameter. The record was set July 19, 1994 by Susan Montgomery Williams of Fresno, CA.
Glee Gum has also offered one of my readers a chance to win 1 Mini Glee Variety pack (21 4-piece) & a coupon. You must be 13+ and have a US shipping address. Leave a comment on your favorite flavor of Glee Gum. Extra entries for following Glee Gum on Facebook and for each way you follow Kaisy Daisy’s Corner. Giveaway ends on May 13, 2013.
Please fill out the form HERE to enter.
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