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Dubble Bubble 23mm Watermelon Gumballs (17.67lbs.)
About this item
- Dubble Bubble is the leading manufacturer in gumballs
- A machine branded with Dubble Bubble is proven to increase sales
- The sell thru of just one box or one fill of your vending machine will probably generate enough profit to pay for your machine investment
Dubble Bubble 23mm Watermelon Gumballs are an exciting chewing gum option that takes many people back to the joys of childhood. These watermelon gumballs are round and the ideal size for vending machine purposes. Machines offering these gumballs have been shown to increase sales.
Are Dubble Bubble Watermelon Gumballs Good For Vending Machine Sales?
Dubble Bubble gumballs are extremely popular and often used in vending machines. Customers count on the quality that Dubble Bubble is known for and will often purchase it ahead of other gum options. Vending machines that offer Dubble Bubble gum have been proven to help increase sales for those who offer the gumballs. These watermelon gumballs are gluten-free, kosher, nut-free and peanut-free. They also offer a two-year shelf life after production so vending machine operators can stock up without worry.
More Bubbles In Every Gumball
Unlike other types of gumballs, the Dubble Bubble gumballs are less sticky after chewing. They are also made to increase the number of bubbles that can be blown when chewing the gum. While the original Dubble Bubble gum was pink, these gumballs are striped green to offer the appearance of a genuine watermelon. Other flavors and sizes of gumballs are available for variety and other resale uses.
Who Produces Dubble Bubble Watermelon Gumballs?
Dubble Bubble was invented in the 1920s by Walter Diemer and originally sold through Fleer Chewing Gum Company. When the gum went on the market, it was priced at a penny per piece and sold out in a single day. In the late '90s, Dubble Bubble was sold to Concord Confections, which is around the same time that the brand began to offer gumballs. A few years later, Tootsie Roll Industries acquired the company and that remains to this day.