Sinofude-2021 is a chewing gum production line supplier. Our customers come from all over the world. Here are some of the codes we know about chewing gum.
Chewing gum is a sweet candy that consists mainly of natural latex and artificial latex. Organic latex is a milky white liquid produced by various seed plants, the best known of rubber's main component. As a snack, chewing gum has no nutritional value, and when people chew it, they usually throw it away rather than swallow it.
The most prosperous chewing gum company in history was founded in 1892 by William Wrigley Jr. Although the company was run by the founder's son and grandson after his death in 1932 and developed various flavours, it abandoned multiple flavours of gum to focus on its best-selling products. "Juice," "Double Mint," and "Wrigley's Mint" have recently been introduced by the company as gum for denture wearers, sugar-free gum, cinnamon gum, and non-stick bubble gum. Like Wrigley's earlier products, it is proving popular. The secret behind Wrigley's gum's success - the company never made any other product - was a strong flavour and prominent advertising. As William Wrigley Jr. put it at the turn of the century, "Tell them quickly and often.
While the essential gum has remained unchanged for more than a century, several different gum types have recently emerged. Sugar-free gum, for example, came out in the 1970s with nicotine gum, liquid-centred gum, Hong Kong gum, non-stick gum, and non-stick bubble gum. Recently, some manufacturers have tried to add abrasives to gum to market it as good for teeth.
The chewing gum manufacturing industry in the United States has made great strides, with loggers cutting rolls of spruce gum to enjoy chewing. However, chewing gum is still based on the sap of various rubber trees, or in most cases; it is a synthetic substitute for this sap. Natural gum bases include latexes such as keratin, Bruton, gutta-percha and rosin. Due to the extreme bark shortage, natural resins other than bark are increasingly used: A bark tree produces only 35 oz (1 kg) of bark every three to four years, and no bark plantations have ever been established. However, in general, natural latex is being replaced by synthetic alternatives. Most modern chewing gum bases either do not use natural rubber or use a minimal amount of 10-20%, with the rest consisting of synthetic rubbers such as styrene-butadiene rubber, polyethene and polyvinyl acetate.
The most common ingredient in chewing gum is some sweetener used to form the base latex. A typical chewing gum stick contains 79% sugar or artificial sweeteners. Natural sugars include sucrose, corn syrup or glucose, and artificial sweeteners can be saccharin or aspartame. Popular mint flavours, such as lisianthus and peppermint, are usually provided by oils derived from only the best and most aromatic plants. So although mint chewing gum is quite aromatic, the flavouring only accounts for 1% of the gum's total weight. Fruit flavours are generally derived from artificial flavours because the amount of fruit grown does not meet the demand—for example, apple flavouring from ethyl acetate, cherry flavouring from benzaldehyde. In addition to sweeteners and flavours, preservatives such as butylated hydroxytoluene and softeners such as refined vegetable oils are added to keep the chewing gum fresh, soft and moist. Fillers such as calcium carbonate and cornstarch are also joint.
Can chewing gum clean the mouth?
Long and careful chewing gum can be counterproductive and cause other hazards.
1, can not do more thorough oral cleaning measures.
First of all, chewing gum can clean the mouth, but this cleaning effect is low and can not replace brushing. Mainly because chewing gum can only remove large residues in the mouth, can not effectively and thoroughly clean the oral cavity of plaque and other bacteria; in the case of other bacteria survived no excellent cleaning effect on the oral waste in the teeth. Therefore, chewing gum does not thoroughly clean the mouth and makes people feel that they are doing an excellent job of cleaning the mouth and relaxing their daily cleaning measures.
2. Damage to oral health.
Chewing gum contains many ingredients that are detrimental to oral health. First, chewing gum contains a lot of saccharin, which can cause a lot of damage to the teeth. As we all know, overeating sugar is easy to erode teeth and lead to tooth decay; chewing gum also contains more mint, which has particular irritation. Excessive consumption will damage the oral mucosa, damaging oral health; long-term chewing gum will form a habitual chewing movement, which is very serious for tooth wear. And it is easy to cause teeth grinding symptoms at night and aggravate tooth damage.
Therefore, chewing gum has certain benefits, but long-term chewing gum or overeating gum will have a counterproductive effect on oral health and damage oral health. So chewing gum must pay attention to the time, do not chew continuously for a long time.
To produce high-quality chewing gum, our equipment is essential. The production line specializes in producing high yield dragon chewing gum. The production line consists of a sugar plant, rubber-based furnace, mixer, extruder, cooling tunnel, drum forming machine, cooling crushing barrel, mopping machine, machine and packing machine.
The production line is advanced equipment for producing chewing gum coated with square sugar shell. The chewing gum products are made by new technology, six-stage rolling and water cooling to ensure the final products' quality.