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Thomas Adams is considered to be the inventor of modern-day chewing gum. Though the history of chewing gum dates back possibly thousands of years, it was Adams' product of flavored chicle in 1869 that introduced modern c... More »

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Gum was originally produced using latex sap from trees in the Amazon Valley, Central America, Indonesia, Malaya or British Borneo. In the mid-20th century, scientists discovered a technique for making synthetic rubber, w... More »

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Stride gum is a gum product produced by Mondelez International, formerly known as Kraft Foods. Stride was first introduced in 2005 by the Cadbury-Adams candy company and was advertised with the slogan "ridiculously long ... More »

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Trident brand gum was not named in honor of the weapon wielded by Poseidon. It was named for the three plaque-softening enzymes in its original formula that were designed to help promote dental health. More »

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Chewing gum does not take more than a few hours to decompose. It is not a biodegradable substance, but it still gets digested quickly by stomach acids. More »

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Thomas Edison is famous because he is the most prolific inventor in American history. His 1,093 patents, a record number, covered innovations and improvements in a number of areas such as electric power, motion pictures ... More »

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In most cases, mint-flavored chewing gum lasts longer than artificially flavored fruit chewing gum or bubble gum. This is due to the chemicals that are used to flavor the gum during production, explains Education.com. More »

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