While Wrigley might be famous for its chewing gum, William Wrigley didn't get into the business deliberately. He sold soaps and other products, such as baking powder. As an incentive to buy he offered customers two packs of chewing gum for each can of baking soda they bought. When it seemed people were buying baking soda just for the gum, the company changed direction. The company's original gums were Juicy Fruit and Spearmint, followed closely by Doublemint. These carried the Wrigley line for decades until it started introducing new flavors in the 70s, as well as sugar free gums. Wrigley is also famous for a number of candy brands, including Life Savers, Skittles, and Starburst. After acquiring many companies along the way, Wrigley eventually sold to Mars Corporation, making it one of the world's largest candy companies.