Food of the Seventies, Hotdog/hamburger Bubble Gum

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These were the little hotdog and hamburger shaped bubblegum that you could get plenty of for . They still have a small version of those for the kids today, but I tasted one and it tastes different than those back then.
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MomBeka - July 23, 2007 - Report this comment
I remember when I was little, probably between 1979 and 1982. I used to visit my friend's grandfather's grocery store. He sold bubblegum hamburger for a quarter. It was just 2 bubblegum buns with a patty. I can remember the buns were pink. It came in a plastic hamburger box that opened and closed. I loved that bubblegum and I have never seen it since. If you know where you can get it, let me know.
scottrod - June 29, 2010 - Report this comment
im looking for the same gum, i just told my friend the same story lol
babydoll - August 13, 2010 - Report this comment
hi you guys check this out i think i found it go to sweetstall . co m / acatalog/ food_ shaped_ gums . html . make sure you put all together this site would not allow me to post the link so i jus put a space between it.
Rob Lambert - October 26, 2017 - Report this comment
Pretty broad topic for a simple item. I believe Leaf made cinnamon Red Hots. Toward the 1980s, companies like Ford and Blair Candy (Tootsie Roll parent co.) exploded with bubble gum that looked or tasted like the actual food they were molded as. Since about 1981, the Accoutrements Company, Seattle-based but imported the gum from China, made the widest assortment. These include roast beef, turkey/pumpkin pie, cat hairballs, pizza among others. Early 200s, Ford made bubble gum shaped and flavored like cold cuts, packed to resemble Oscar Mayer meat (ham, bologna, salami). A weird trend!

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