The 1980s is a time that saw a lot of changes in the world, from fashion, music, politics, and so on. Among all the inevitable changes in the world during this period, there were delicious candy discoveries. The following are some of the 80s candy treats that you may be interested to know or even give a try.
The Big League Chew Bubble Gum is one of the candies that were discovered in the 1980s. It is a shredded, sweet and pleasingly chewy retro bubble gum that first came into existence in 1980. It was thought of in a bullpen by Rob Nelson, who was a Portland Mavericks pitcher that time. Nelson was tired of all the chewing that tobacco involved and wanted a healthier choice.
This bubblegum was a tasty and ideal solution for those who wanted a replacement to chewing tobacco. It comes in a shredded form and is packaged in a pouch. You can eat the whole bag or grab a pinch, it is up to you to decide. It is an exceptional candy treat with an intense as well as the ability to blow giant bubbles.
Wrigley’s was once a manufacturer of the Big League Chew Bubblegum, but it was later acquired by its current manufacturer, The Ford Gum and Machine Company. It comes in a wide range of mouthwatering flavors, including swingin sour apple bubble gum, ground ball grape bubble gum, wild pitch watermelon bubblegum, and so on. It is always a home run, and a lot of people still love it up to date. If you have never tried it before, you are not going to regret your decision to try it because it is very tasty.