It's the world's second most common form of litter.
It's invisible to most. Yet it lurks everywhere (including the bottoms of
tables, desks and shoes). How did we become so addicted to chewing gum and how
is our consumption of trillions of sticks a year impacting our health and our
planet? Andrew Nisker travels our planet and speaks to gobs of manufacturers,
activists and scientists to unravel the entertaining, yet shocking truth behind
our obsession with a seemingly innocuous product that is gumming up more than
just our environment.