In 1979, Pearson’s Candy stopped producing the Seven Up Bar. The corporation sold the brand name to the American Bottling Company, the creator of the 7-Up soft drink, and sold the manufacturing equipment.
In 1951, Pearson’s purchased the Seven Up Bar in a buyout. A milk chocolate bar with seven distinct flavor-filled portions was the candy. The flavours, which included coconut, fudge, mint, and orange jelly, would occasionally change.
According to OldTimeCandy.com, Sky Bar, a four-section candy bar produced by Necco, can be used in place of Seven Up Bar. Caramel, vanilla, peanut butter, and fudge make up the flavor-filled parts of this treat.