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The white powder on chewing gum is powdered sugar or sugar substitute, depending upon the type of gum, according to the William Wrigley Jr. Co. The powder is added to the gum to reduce stickiness and improve flavor. More »

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White bumps on the gum line may be canker sores, according to MedicineNet. They also appear because of bacterial infections, abscesses and, rarely, oral cancers. More »

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A small white bump on a person's gum is most often due to an injury of the gum or is a canker sore; however, in rare cases the bump could be due to an abscess in the area or oral cancer, according to MedicineNet. Since t... More »

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The Wrigley Mansion is where William Wrigley, Jr., founder of Wrigley chewing gum, resided with his wife Ada between 1921 and 1932, according to The Inn on Mt. Ada. The town and harbor of Catalina Island are located 350 ... More »

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Stevia is a type of sugar substitute and sweetener. Stevia is much sweeter than sugar, but it does not contain any calories. More »

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Diet gum is a type of chewing gum that aims to aid in weight loss. Diet gum claims to help curb a person's appetite. More »

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Funyuns, an onion-flavored corn snack, are made of corn meal enriched with ferrous sulfate, niacin, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin and folic acid, as well as less than 2 percent of salt, corn starch, sugar, corn flour,... More »

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