Trident have a Starscore of 14,816,902 and are No.6138 today on the Global social media chart
With a total of 74,293 Twitter followers, 5,110,198 Facebook fans and 6,732,774 YouTube views. Today Trident lost 16 Twitter followers, did not gain any Facebook fans and gained 25,534 YouTube views. Their social media ranking has moved down 18 places in the daily Food Drink Brands Chart to no.129 and remains at no.58 in the all time Food Drink Brands Chart.
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Trident is a brand of sugarless chewing gum popular in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Greece, Guyana, Spain, Mexico, Portugal, Venezuela, Morocco, Thailand, Peru, Brazil, Ecuador and in Bolivia, Argentina amp; Uruguay as 'Beldent'. It was introduced by Cadbury in the United Kingdom. In European countries (Scandinavia, Netherlands, Germany, etc. ), Trident is also sold as Stimorol gum; it is generally the same as Trident. The Trident brand was the first national brand of sugar-free chewing gum. Developed by the American Chicle company in response to medical discoveries linking sugar to dental caries, the original Trident formula contained three enzymes thought to soften dental tartar, but was sugared. The name Trident derives from the three enzymes to promote dental health. When artificial sweeteners became widespread in the early 1960s, the formula was changed to use saccharin instead of sugar, and Sugar-Free Trident was introduced in 1964 with the slogan The Great Taste that Is Good for Your Teeth. American Chicle's marketing was one of the first national campaigns to promote dental health through chewing gum. In the mid-1960s, a new slogan was introduced for Trident: 4 out of 5 dentists surveyed would recommend sugarless gum to their patients who chew gum. The phrase is believed to have been based on the results of a survey of practicing dentists with either D.D.S. or D.M.D. degrees, apparently conducted in the early 1960s, whose patients included frequent users of chewing gums; the percentage of respondents to the survey whose responses indicated they would make such references to their patients is believed to have been approximately 80%, rounded off to the nearest full percentage point, of the total number of respondents. It became strongly associated with the Trident brand. As of the last days of May 2010, however, Kraft Foods's Cadbury Adams group was not known to have made any public disclosures of any details about the survey, presumably citing the proprietary nature of the survey data and conclusions as its rationale. Trident gum contains the sugar alcohol xylitol, which is known as a tooth-friendly sugar. Use of the chemical has been subject to controversy, as it is highly toxic to cats.