What are the natural ingredients in Wrigley chewing gum?
I would like to know the natural ingredients specifically in Big Red, Spearmint, and Juicy Fruit gums for a research paper I am writing.
Honestly, there are no natural ingredients in any of these gums.
Not even sugar, which looks simple enough but actually goes through an intensive refinement process which involves extreme high heats and chlorination. What you are left with is sweetener devoid of any nutrients (raw cane sugar, for example, containes numerous minerals) and harmful to health and teeth.
I hope this answer helps with your research paper.
Gum is just made of sugar, other actual gums in nature and coagulates and what not. It's just a bunch of rubber like substances that you chew on, which is why you shouldn't eat it.
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