Biodegradable Chicza Comes from the Mexican Rainforest

By: Juan Carlos Bonilla - Published: Jan 22, 2009 • References: chicza &
Chicza is the latest organic and eco-friendly chewing gum, developed by a Mexican company called Consorcio Chiclero. This chewing gum is no longer a pollutant to public sites, because it biodegrades into dust within two weeks after it has been discarded. Can you imagine that? No more fossilized remnants of chewing gum on sidewalks and public streets.

Chicza is a great organic product with four flavors and a ton of benefits to the environment. Since this gum is harvested from living trees in the Mexican rainforest, the forest will be protected and carefully managed. Chicza was launched last year in London and Mexico, but now you can find it in many countries worldwide. Stats for Organic Chewing Gum Trending: Older & Mild
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