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Bubble Gum

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  • 1. Bubble Gum
    Michelle Brandenburg
  • 2. What is Bubble Gum?
    History of Bubble Gum
    Most popular facts of consumption
    Age
    Type
    How It’s Made
    Uses for Gum
    Fun Facts
  • 3. History of Bubble Gum
    1906 was when the first piece was created, but was not popular until the 20’s only because it was considered too sticky and gooey for anyone to consume.
    Became popular as an alternative to chewing tobacco to baseball players.
  • 4. Popularity of the “Pop.”
    The average age for the highest consumption of bubble gum is 13 year of age.
    The most popular type of bubble gum is
    Double Bubble
    Hubba Bubba
    Bazooka
  • 5. How was it made?
    All include gum paste and sugar
    Kneading technique
    Coloring
    Taste
    wrapping
  • 6. What are the uses for Bubble Gum?
    Uses
    Chewy candy treat
    Oral aide
    Teeth cleaner
    Breath refresher
    Teeth Whitener & enamel restoration
  • 7. HOW MUCH GUM?
    The average American consumes 300 pieces/sticks of chewing gum in a year!!
  • 8. The Unique Bubble Gum