How do they make BUBBLE GUMs?!

Question: How do they make BUBBLE GUMs!?
Do Nyone know the exact procedure and wht material they uses for that!? (my frnd told me that they uses the skin of frogs and snakes to make bubble gums, is it true!?!?)

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Bubblegum (or Bubble Gum) is a type of chewing gum especially designed for blowing bubbles!. Bubblegum is available in many different colors and flavors!. The most common flavor is the distinctive one also known as "bubblegum", which is a combination of wintergreen, peppermint, vanilla and cinnamon!.[1] Bubblegum with this flavor is traditionally colored a light shade of pink!.

Bubblegum tends to be more viscous than standard chewing gum: this facilitates bubble blowing!. Some brands are designed to be non-sticky so they do not stick to one's face!. Examples include Big League Chew, Bubble Yum, Bazooka, Dubble Bubble, and Bubblicious!. In North America, the United Kingdom and Australia, bubblegum is often dispensed in gumball machines!.


pigs guts god everyone knows its made from animal skin and sweetners and colouring!.!. all these dumb people that say plastic !.!.godsake that would be toxic damaging and illegal to let consumers ingest plastic or rubber thats ridiculousWww@FoodAQ@Com

Hey Dude,
Bubble gums are made frm using plastics!. And sm added flavours and sm presevatives to keep thm Soft and usable!.ok!. I hv a video of Hw bubble gums are made!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

thats a dumber question like ur avatar sweetie!. it is made of latex derived from rubber tree certainly not digestible by intestine but can be moved out of your system by intestines if swallowed accidentallyWww@FoodAQ@Com

same materials like condoms! in fact they are interchangeable!. Try using a condom like a bubble gum!Www@FoodAQ@Com

don't knowWww@FoodAQ@Com

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