Are Airwaves Gum Gluten Free?

Airwares are produced by Wrigleys who are well known for a number of gum brands including Orbit Gum, Extra Gum, Spearmint Gum and Juicy Fruit.

Airwares sugar-free gum is sold primarily in Europe and East Asia. The brand is marketed for its intense flavor similar to the effect one would get from the consumption of cough drops.

So let find out if this intensely flavored gum is gluten-free.

Is Airwave Chewing Gum Gluten-Free?

The Answer is: YES

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Airwaves Gum Bottle

Airwares Chewing gum is gluten-free. It is, therefore, an ideal choice of chewing gum if you fancy an “intense flavor similar to the effect one would get from the consumption of cough drops”.

Here is a list of the current flavors:

  • Airwaves Black Mint
  • Airwaves Cherry Menthol
  • Airwaves Green Mint
  • Airwaves Menthol & Eucalyptus

Airwaves Ingredients

Sweeteners Sorbitol, Isomalt, Maltitol Syrup, Aspartame, Acesulfame K, Mannitol, Gum Base, Glazing Agent Calcium Carbonate, Flavourings, Thickener Gum Arabic, Emulsifier Soybean Lecithin , Humectant Glycerol, Glazing Agent Carnauba Wax, Antioxidant BHA, Colour E141.

Airwaves Chewing Gum, Menthol & Eucalyptus Nutritional Facts

There are 142 calories in every 100g of Wrigley Airwaves consumed. This will consist of 59.1g of carbs, 0g of protein, 0g of fat and 0g of salt.

For more information on Airwaves head over the to Mars Wrigley’s website here.


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