Danish chewing gum brand
The chewing gum brand that ruled in the 80s, but then went into oblivion in favor of Stimorol and other brands. Each piece of chewing gum was carefully wrapped separately. In 1965, the first sugar-free chewing gum was launched in Denmark and the rest of Northern Europe. The product was sold at the pharmacy and was called SorBits, manufactured and marketed by the pharmaceutical company Alfred Benzon A / S, Denmark.