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Bubbaloo

Strawberry Bubbaloo

Bubbaloo is a brand of bubble gum produced by Canderaria. They are small pieces of bubble gum with a liquid center.

Bubbaloo also contains BHT, an antioxidant food preservative.

History

Bubbaloo was the first bubblegum with a liquid centre and made its debut in Mexico and Brazil markets during the mid-1980s. Today, Bubbaloo is sold in more than 25 countries and in three different continents across the world.

In Mexico and Brazil –the two biggest markets for Bubbaloo, the brand is one of the most iconic and recognisable across all product categories and continues to be the number one bubblegum for children, teens and adults who love the combination of sweet textures, flavors, and colors.

In addition, Bubba The Cat (the longtime brand icon), is known for being creative, original, ingenious and intelligent.

Trivia

Mixed-martial arts practitioner and UFC veteran Renato "Babalu" Sobral is nicknamed after Bubbaloo gum.

Bubba the cat appears in the video of t.A.T.u Prostye Dvizhenia.

External links

  • Official Bubbaloo site
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