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Higher preference to naturally-derived gum arabic in F&B industry
The call comes after Keep Britain Tidy found 99% of main shopping streets and 64% of all roads and pavements were stained by gum.
launch of parodontax, a new daily toothpaste that is clinically proven to help control bleeding gums.
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Overall research indicates that chronic gum disease may contribute to the development of heart disease.
Sugar-free gum typically contains one or more of these artificial sweeteners, but so does most sugar-sweetened gum.
Three of the factors popping gum's bubble, Nicholas said, are loss of appetite among youth, consumer distaste for artificial ingredients contained in most gum, and overblown brand and flavour extensions:
Since peaking in 2009, sales of gum in the United States have fallen 11% to $3.
The fact is, gum disease is contagious through such family-sharing activities.
Reflecting on their purchases within the last month, 64 percent of consumers aged 18 to 24 who shop at c-stores said they bought candy or gum in a convenience store.
Kirklees Council has agreed that gum continues to cause damage to the streets of Huddersfield, with large areas littered with the stuff But they admitted: "We can't afford to do any more.
The Welsh Government opposed the levy, preferring to give the chewing gum industry 'another chance' to help tackle a PS150m street cleansing bill.