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see 1. Skittles are made by Wrigley, an American company, now part of Mars.
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see 3. The original flavours were Orange, Lemon, Lime, Grape and Strawberry.
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watch 9. In 2004 in the States, Skittles Bubble Gum was launched.
10. If you want more flavours, best you go to the States!
©Susan Shirley 2013