Food of the Eighties, Dr. Pepper Gum
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Another one of the liquid-filled gums of the '80s, it was purple with Dr. Pepper syrup in the center. It was pretty good, especially if you liked Dr. Pepper.
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Brandy - May 03, 2007 - Report this comment
I loved this stuff when I was little. My babysitter used to bribe me to behave with a trip to the store! The entire time I was pregnant with my first child I craved this stuff!! I wish they still made it.
Ron Lambert - May 15, 2017 - Report this comment
This gum was made by the Amurol Company in suburban Chicago, around 1982, and licensed by Dr. Pepper. Though not printed on wrapper, I suspect that the Wrigley Company had a hand. I imagine it didn't sell well because it lacked carbonation.

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