The Dr. Pepper Snapple Group distributes 7-Up products in the United States, which includes approximately 30 products, such as A&W, Canada Dry, Crush, Stewart's and Nantucket Nectars. Other 7-Up products that the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group distributes include Mott's, Clamato, Deja Blue and Hawaiian Punch.
7-Up flavors include regular 7-Up, Diet 7-Up, 7-Up 10, 7-Up Cherry and Diet 7-Up Cherry. 7-Up products are no longer 7-Up products, per se. They are Dr. Pepper Snapple Group products. In 1988, 7-Up merged with Dr. Pepper, and then Cadbury Schweppes purchased Dr. Pepper in 1995.
The Dr. Pepper Snapple Group spun off from Cadbury Schweppes in 2008. Each subsequent merger and spin-off expanded the selection of associated products.
The Dr. Pepper Snapple Group of brands and products includes RC Cola, although only within the United States, out of Evansville, Indiana. Outside of the United States, Royal Crown International produces and distributes RC Cola as part of the Cott Corporation. However, the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group claims the noted RC Cola family of brands, which includes Sunkist, Welch's, Fiji water, Nehi and Mistic.
Other products include Veryfine, Sierra Mist, Squirt, Clubhouse Coolers and Red Bull. RC Cola still maintains its own separate website, RCBeverage.com, although the DrPepperSnappleGroup.com contains a link to product info about its family of RC Cola flavors, such as RC Cola, RC Cola Diet, RC Cola Cherry and RC Cola 10.