Food of the Seventies, Adams Sour Fruit Gums And Bambinos

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Adams had a variety of sour fruit gums (grape, cherry, apple, etc). They came 7 stick to a pack. Very tasty and pungent. My father couldn't stand them. Bambinos were salted soy beans marketed as a helathier replacement to penauts. They actually weren't half bad.
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mary - March 24, 2011 - Report this comment
I remember Bambinos, they were packed in my lunchbox and even though I loved them, I was harassed at school for bringing in something so "weird"...
Rob lambert - March 08, 2012 - Report this comment
ADAM's SOUR cherry gum was my favorite. These sour but good gums go back circa 1965, and disappeared completely by 1979 or '80. I have an episode of Dick Clark's "Where the Action Is" (airdate 9/15/66) with an ADAM SOUR GUM commercial that shows old Mr. Adams, and four teenage girls screaming, "OOH, MR. ADAMS!!!" The ad also features a catchy jingle, "SOUR...POWER!"
turkey - June 18, 2012 - Report this comment
my dad hated them too. i read that under the link.

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