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  • Carla C. 2 years ago
    I collect the gum containers and use them in my homeless outreach by filling with bandaids, ointment packet, headache medicine, q-tips, alcohol pad, etc. Currently looking to find a company willing to donate containers to me so that I can put together at least 100 at a time and not 5 or 6 here and there. Thank you
  • April P. 4 years ago
    I don't chew gum anymore because it is hard to find without the poisonous artficial sweeteners. They make me sick. Plus I read that they make gum out of polyisobutylene now. I don't know if that is good to chew on.
    I do like to decorate the metal candy tins. I would put more loose candy in the tins and then I know where to find a mint and I don't have to deal with melted candy messing up the inside of my purse.
  • Anne W. 4 years ago
    I don't buy gum. I do buy Junior Mints, but they come in a cardboard container that I toss into recycling.
  • DONNA H. 4 years ago
    I save the round ones and leave it in my cup dispenser in my car and keep change in them.
  • Luanne S. 4 years ago
    I try to repurpose many packaging for crafts and to packagr for future gifts. So many containers can be decoupaged and used for different holiday treats etc for the kids. Just make sure if you are using for any greasy foods or need to wash in warm water, the containers are BPA free. Always buy in bulk packaging if possible to avoid small individual packaging is my rule.
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