Mork Bubble Gum was produced by the Amurol Products Company. These were sold in eggs that included wads of gum wrapped in plastic adorned with such Orkan expressions as nim rod, shazbot, amrak, noggachomps, nimnul, crazantha, gleek, and na-no na-no.
In a 1979 People Magazine article, star Robin Williams had an unfavorable reaction to the bubble gum:
When his managers asked him to taste a sample of MORK bubble gum (sold in a plastic egg), he recoiled: "I don't want people chewing this sugar—it's wrong." To Williams' regret, it's on the market.