Get close-up confidence with Trident Splash Sugar Free gum, the easy way to freshen breath and help protect against tooth decay. First there's a crunchy punch, then an indulgent liquid filled center floods your mouth with mouthwatering Peppermint Swirl flavor that keeps going as long as you do. With 30% fewer calories than sugared gum, Trident Splash has long lasting flavor, fights plaque, and restores your mouth's pH balance to maintain a healthy smile. Four out of five dentists recommend chewing Trident after eating and drinking to clean and protect teeth. This order includes three 9 piece packs of center filled Trident Splash Sugar Free Gum (27 pieces total)
Serving Size: 1.0 pieces
Store: In a Dry location at Room temperature
Exterior Container: Plastic Bag
Dietary Needs: Sugar free
State of Readiness: Ready to eat
Servings: 42.0, Exact
package type: Multi-pack multi-serving
number of interior containers: 3.0
exterior container weight: 54.0 grams
Item Number (DPCI): 055-01-0276
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