No. Something with a low freezing point remains liquid until very, very cold temperatures. Think anti-freeze which can prevent freezing until -87 degrees C. Gum is naturally a solid, which means it has to be exposed to very high temperatures to be in a liquid state (freezing point and melting point are roughly the same – 0 degrees C or less water freezes; 0 or more it melts).
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