The American Chicle company introduced Trident sugarless gum in 1960. This gum was invented due to the medical alert that sugared gum may contribute to cavities. Some people may remember the ads in the 1970s where Trident gum claimed four out of five dentists recommended chewing sugarless gum to their patients. This claim began to be tied in to the Trident gum enterprise.
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Flavors of Orginal Trident
The original soft Trident gum sweetened with xylitol, which replaced the use of saccharin. The original Trident sugarless gum has flavors that include bubble gum, cappuccino, cherry, tropical twist, passionberry twist, cinnamon, watermelon twist, minty sweet twist, citrus twist, spearmint, crystal frost, original, peppermint and wild berry twist.
Features of Trident White
Trident White is a non-abrasive gum that contains a peroxide-free whitener that is known to reduce stains on teeth. The chemical casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium is an ingredient known to aid in the re-mineralization of teeth, making them stronger.
Flavors of Trident White
Flavors of Trident White include cinnamon tingle, colada, cool rush, freshmint, peppermint, spearmint, wintergreen and cool mangoberry.
The American Dental Association declares that chewing sugar-free Trident gum 20 minutes after eating stimulates saliva flow, which helps prevent cavities by reducing plaque acids and strengthening teeth.
Nutritional Information for Trident Sugarless Gums
All Trident sugarless gums have less than 5 calories per piece and have no fat, sodium, carbohydrates, sugars or proteins.