Where Can You Find Seven Up Candy Bars?

Pearson’s Candy discontinued making the Seven Up Bar in 1979. The company got rid of the manufacturing equipment and sold the trademark name to the American Bottling Company, makers of 7-Up soft drink.

Pearson’s obtained the Seven Up Bar through a buy-out in 1951. The candy was a milk chocolate bar that contained seven different flavor-filled sections. Flavors changed periodically and included coconut, fudge, mint and orange jelly. Sky Bar, made by Necco, is a four-section candy bar that serves as a substitute for Seven Up Bar, according to OldTimeCandy.com. Its flavor-filled sections are made of caramel, vanilla, peanut and fudge.