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Good deeds never tasted so great

So you wanna change the world? They say it only takes one voice, but now it takes one pack of gum. Project 7 -- better known for thier humanitarian efforts, is making the world a better gum pack at a time. 

For every Project 7 purchase made, the company contributes to lots of different causes like giving sick people the hospital care they need, providing shelter for the homeless and feeding the hungry. To date, Project 7 has fed over 80,000 American communities (and they’re just getting started!). To top it off, they also support anti-bullying programs across the country -- how amazeballs is that?


So, after hearing all the deetz on the company and their gum...we just had to try a pack ourselves here at GL


With 7 nom-worthy flavors to try including Birthday Cake, Coconut Lime, Mint Julep and Peppermint Vanilla, it was definiteley love at first chew. All the flavors were practically like having desert on a platter leaving our tastebuds tingling for more (not bad when you think of all the good you're doing for the world in a chew).


Overall, it was a total treat for us, plus we're all about their efforts and encourage others to take a bite on some good deeds.

Wanna know more? Check out the vid below or visit


Don’t forget to tell us your fave flavor in the comments below!

Products for Good from Project7 on Vimeo.

BY LAURISE MCMILLIAN ON 8/13/2014 12:00:00 AM


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