Bubblicious Strawberry Bubble Gum 5-Piece Packs

Mondelez

$22.00 

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5 big pieces of strawberry flavoured bubble gum.

With the fragrant and fresh taste of lush strawberries you just might drool over this bubble gum! Bubbalicious Strawberry Bubble Gum will give you that delicious, lip-smacking, strawberry taste you remember. Bubbalicious Bubble Gum came out in 1977 and was the very first soft bubblegum on the market. Who says you can't go home again? You can, with a big wad of this retro Bubble Gum!
Delicious, and so luscious
Bubbalicious you're the one.
You make my mouth water,
your bubbles are so fun!
With a texture that's so chewy,
you never do turn gooey.
My bubbles can't be stopped,
until I choose them to be popped!
My Bubbalicious friend,
I'll chew you till the end.

5 Pieces per Pack | 18 Pack Box

Ingredients:

Sugar, corn syrup, gum base, less than 2% of: acesulfame potassium, adipic acid, artificial flavouring, aspartame, BHT (to maintain freshness), citric acid, cottonseed oil, glycerin, malic acid, red 40 lake, soy lecithin and sucralose.

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