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Date:8/27/2009

gum and sugar-free gum in the world[4], and recent studies show that the brand continues to be recommended by four out of five dentists who recommend sugar-free gum to their patients[5].

About Smiles Across America(R) (SAA)

SAA is a signature program created by Oral Health America, the nation's leading, independent organization dedicated to eliminating oral disease through access, education and advocacy. SAA improves the oral health of elementary school students who lack access to routine dental care by supporting oral disease prevention services in school-based or school-linked settings, and demonstrating to communities that oral health is integral to overall health. For more information, visit http://www.oralhealthamerica.org/smiles.html.

About The Children's Dental Center of Greater Los Angeles

The Children's Dental Center (TCDC) of Greater Los Angeles is a non-profit, 501c(3) organization and comprehensive oral health care center focused on addressing the unmet oral health needs of its community. Its mission is to eliminate dental disease, and promote overall health and well-being by providing a dental home with the best-integrated programs of preventive, educational and treatment solutions for the growing number of dentally underserved children and their caregivers in Greater Los Angeles. The state-of-the-art center primarily assists youth ages 6 months to 22 years of age and was founded in 1995 by former Inglewood resident Dr. Cherilyn Sheets, who is a private practitioner in Newport Beach, CA. For more information, visit www.tcdc.org.

About Cadbury North America

Headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey, Cadbury North America is the Canadian and U.S
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