Dubble Bubble Seedling Fruit Gumballs - bulk 3 lb bag
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Dubble Bubble Seedling Fruit Gumballs - bulk 3 lb bag

Regular price $24.29
Sale price $24.29 Regular price

This colorful, fruit-shaped bubble gum comes complete with candy seeds! With assorted fruit flavors including apple, orange, lemon, strawberry, grape and watermelon, kids of all ages are sure to enjoy chewing on a piece of this fruity bubblegum. They are roughly 1 inch in diameter. Each 3 lb bag has roughly 138 pieces. 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Kiley W. (West Jordan, UT, US)
Not the same as they were a few years ago

Kind of bummed out that they no longer have the little candy balls in the center. That's what made these seedlings. Now it's just sugar in the center. Not saying the mini candy balls weren't already sugar but it just got lazy.


Love their products and their service

Betsy (Boardman, OR, US)

Love their products and their service

Daniel M. (Albuquerque, NM, US)
The Double Bubble Fruit Seedlings

My overall experience with this recent order is not favorable. It seems like the gum is old making the outer shell to fall off and the gum inside to be very difficult to chew.

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