Food of the Seventies, Razzles

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The same size as Sprees , but these turned into gum when you chewed them. They came in the same size packet as Sprees too. Really good! One of my many favourites and certainly contributed to the many fillings I have!
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Rob Lambert - November 15, 2014 - Report this comment
Razzles Gum was introduced in 1966 by the Fleer Company, and unlike its sister, Chum Gum, is still around. Blair, Inc., parent company of Tootsie Roll, bought out Fleer ten years ago, and unceremoniously dropped the Fleer name from all former products such as Dubble Bubble and Razzles. Except for raspberry, which tasted slightly bitter, Razzles were okay, with a little chalkiness added. Razzles sold better than Chum Gum, and survived Fleer's chopping block in the early 1970s.

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