This bulk package contains 15 individually wrapped packs of Trident Sugar Free Gum: 6 each of Watermelon Twist and 9 each of Tropical Twist (14 pieces per pack, 210 pieces total).
Refresh your breath with Trident. This sugarless chewing gum is made with xylitol, a natural sweetener that can help fight plaque and protect against tooth decay.
Clean and protect your mouth by enjoying Trident after eating or drinking. With this assortment of cool long-lasting flavors, fresh breath is just a few chews away.
These individual packs are office- and travel-friendly and make freshening your breath on the go quick and simple.
Take Trident to school, the office, or to-go and care for your mouth anywhere. This gum is great for care packages, gift baskets, goodie bags, party favors, and more.
Size:14 Count (Pack of 15)
Chew On This Sugarless and packed with flavor, Trident delivers a feel-good chewing experience. Itâs made with xylitol, a natural sweetener that can help fight plaque and protect against tooth decay. Clean and protect your mouth simply by chewing Trident after eating or drinking! Unapologetically Flavorful Freshen breath (and care for your mouth) with flavor you can taste and feel. Trident comes in cool long-lasting flavors that give you close-up confidence. This gum is perfect for care packages, gift baskets, goodie bags, and party favors. Or, keep a pack on-hand for an instant flavor refresh at school, the office, or on-the-go. Add this bulk package of Trident Watermelon Twist amp; Tropical Twist Flavor Sugar Free Gum to your cart for fresh breath and smiles.
An apiarist is “one who keeps bees, specifically one who cares for and raises bees for commercial or agricultural purposes. Also called a beekeeper“.
Beekeeping, so much more than honey
Beekeeping involves a fascinating mix of animal husbandry, observation, patience, weather forecasting, woodwork and – if all goes well – extraction, bottling and consumption of delicious honey. As a hobby it requires a modest initial financial investment, a willingness to learn – and to keep on learning – and an appreciation of the annual cycle of the seasons.
Early season oil seed rape …
I keep bees in the Kingdom of Fife, Scotland … not for agricultural or commercial purposes (though I do sell some bees, queens and honey), but because beekeeping is an engrossing hobby that allows me to work outdoors, to be just a little bit self-sufficient, to indulge my interest in photography and to spend long hours making things from bits of wood during the winter. I’m particularly interested in improving the quality of my bees by queen rearing from my best stock. Other beekeepers get passionate about pollen identification, honeybee anatomy or wax production … so explaining “Beekeeping, so much more than honey“.
I’m fortunate enough to have a day job that involves working with honeybees and so allows me to mix business with pleasure. I regularly talk at beekeeping conferences or association meetings on the viruses of honeybees. My research group studies the biology of deformed wing virus, the major viral pathogen of honeybees, and ways in which the virus – or the Varroa-mite that transmit the viruses – could be controlled.
I also give talks about practical beekeeping, in particular on queen rearing (and have run queen-rearing practical classes) and DIY for beekeepers, the latter covering things you can make more cheaply less expensively than supplied by the major commercial suppliers, that work better than available commercially or that may not even be available to buy. For further details please drop me an email via the contact page.