iD Gum Made with Tweens in Mind #idgum

iD Gum by Stride is innovative and made for tweens and teens. It also tastes great and the flavors last a long time.
iD gum by Stride

Let’s start with the packaging. Tear off the cellophane and find outstanding artwork from up and coming artists right on the pack. Open it up to find 14 individually wrapped pieces of gum. And then the coolest thing of all – the magnetic closure. Um yeah, no more hoping that your pack of gum will stay closed and you’ll end up with pieces of gum at the bottom of your purse or falling out of your pocket.

The individual sticks of gum have stripes, totally awesome! The flavors include BerryMelon (my favorite), Spearmint and Peppermint. All are sugar free. Since I like chewing gum a lot – after meals, when I’m playing video games, doing schoolwork and about 10 other times during the day, I want a choice of flavors that last. iD gum does it for me.

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The artwork is fun to collect. Right now there are 18 designs and I hope more come out. I like being surprised to see what I find when I open the package. And it gives me more reason to buy more iD gum!

Have you tried iD gum before? What’s your favorite flavor?

My 13 year old daughter, Sammi tested the gum and helped write this review.

Disclosure: I received 3-month supply of iD Gum to sample and $30 American Express gift card to share my views which were not swayed.

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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