The longest lasting gum flavor is Wrigley's Extra, according to Number two on the list is Trident and number three is Stride chewing gum, as of 2012. More » Food Grocery Candy

There is no scientific answer to which chewing gum holds its flavor the longest. However, mint and cinnamon gums last much longer than fruit-flavored gums, due to their strong flavor and aroma, according to More » Food Grocery Candy

Chewing gum loses its flavor in time because the sweeteners are washed away by saliva in the mouth. The components of the sweeteners begin breaking down eventually. More » Food Food Facts
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Wrigley's manufactures Freedent and says that the chewing gum doesn't stick to dentures. Freedent chewing gum is sugar-free and comes in three flavors: winter fresh, spearmint and peppermint. Freedent is available worldw... More » Food Grocery Candy

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