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Peppersmith 100% Xylitol Chewing Gum, Fine English Spearmint, 10 Pellets 15 g (Pack of 12, Total 120 Pellets)
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- Made with fine English mint from Hampshire
- 100% natural chicle gum with no artificial flavours, colours, preservatives or aspartame
- Sugar-free and accredited by the International Dental Health Foundation for helping reduce plaque and the risk of tooth decay
- Sweetened only with Xylitol from sustainably managed beech trees
- Each pack is made from FSC accredited materials and includes a book of papers to aid disposal
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Peppersmith believe in making great tasting, healthy confectionery that’s free from artificial flavours, colours, preservatives, aspartame and other weird chemicals. Made with fine English spearmint from Hampshire and natural rainforest chicle, it’s sugar-free and is sweetened only with natural tooth-friendly Xylitol. Peppersmith gum has been accredited by the British and International Dental Health Foundations for being proven to help reduce plaque and the risk of tooth decay. What’s more each pack includes a little booklet of wrappers to make sure every piece is disposed of responsibly. Perfect for freshening up after food and drink.
Xylitol (wood sugar), Natural chicle gum base, Spearmint oil, Calcium carbonate, Gum arabic (thickener), Rapeseed lecithin (emulsifier), Vegetable glycerol (humectant), Carnauba wax (glazing agent).See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
A happy side effect has been reduced sensitivity in general, fresher breath, and whiter teeth. I have this on a standing order now, I am xylitol convert!
(Incidentally regular gum contains petrochemicals!!! this doesn't. It really is aspartame and additive free. Realy good stuff and the company deserves to do well).
The pellets are your usual pillow shaped squares, matt and cream, not shiny and white. When you first chew one, they are very much the same as usual gum, same consistency, similar taste, maybe not as strong.
I personally didn't get any side effects from these so my sensitive tummy was very happy.
Problem is, the flavour does not last. You will get about 30 mins of flavour max, then you are left with a chewy blob, another minus is the the high price. If they did last longer in taste, maybe the spend is justified, but, as they die off fast, I would say a fair price for this pack would be £8-10. I guess a tip to reduce production costs would be to sell all 120 chews in a seal lock bag, rather than selling in a display box... what buyer needs to pay for the display box unless they are trade?
To sum up, yes I would buy them again, BUT my use of them wll be limited because of the price.
I found this gum a little different to the "standard" gum that is out there. Initially, it has a burst of flavour and is a little hard, and as I chewed, the taste dissipated a little and the texture was pleasant. So I have been through a few boxes now and really enjoy the freshness that it provides me (after a morning cup of coffee at work).
The other day, I used someone else's "standard" gum and found the gum more like some chemically made rubber. That's when I realised, It IS rubber that they use in the gum!
I suggest you give this a go! It wont take long before you appreciate the natural goodness that Peppersmith gum is made of.
I highly recommend as a natural alternative to the "standard" rubber you buy in the shops!
The gum has a natural feel to it rather than the rubbery feel and chemical taste of some brands.
I go through loads of chewing gum, when im out and about so buying it in boxes of 12 packs is ideal for me.
The best chewing gum around.
All of the flavour seems to be in this crunchy shell.
It is nice, but very quickly dissolves and leaves the hard gum.
The gum does soften after some chewing, but by that time the flavour has gone and there is no discernible flavour released from the gum. So little point in it being there really.
I dimly recall having gum like this as a kid in the 1970s. I suspect food technologists developed more enjoyable gum that was softer from the start and released flavour slowly.
Peppersmith sell on the strength of being all natural and this particular gum using "Fine English Spearmint".
There is the implication that English spearmint is 'Fine', and that some foreign places make spearmint that isn't.
I doubt I could tell the difference.
Xylitol is NOT a natural sweetener, unless you mean it started off as a natural xylane. I don't think the hydrolysis into xylose and catalytic hydrogenation into xylitol happened outside a chemical factory.
The gum may be natural but as it isn't ingested it makes no difference to the body. Many lethal toxins are natural. It is just a marketing word.
I bought this gum after reading an article in The Times about flossing being useless. Essentially it suggested you get a professional plaque removal, use a good mouthwash to kill bacteria, and eat xylitol gum/sweetener. I made do with a good brushing, flossing and mouthwash in quick succession. This worked, in that my teeth stayed feeling glassy (instead of furry within an hour of eating).
I suspect any non-sugar gum will help by mopping up any tiny bits of food, in much the same way dabbing with a bit of blu-tac would.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Aspartame free chewing gum, what's not to love! That said, it goes as hard as a brick after a few minutes but since chewing gum is scabby looking, you're better to freshen your... Read morePublished 11 months ago by MsKaz
Very healthy, but the flavour does not last long enough for my liking.Published 21 months ago by Shell_dish
Finally I can say yes to my nagging 10 year old without feeling that I'm poisoning him! I love it too.Published 21 months ago by Mrs Sarah Halstead
Not cheap but the ingredients won't help kill you: that's good value to me.Published 24 months ago by Mr. John C. B. Shepherd