Food of the Eighties, Seven-Up Candy Bar
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The Seven-Up was a chocolate bar with 7 sections with different centers (like candy-box-style chocolate). I remember flavors like butter cream, caramel, coconut, etc. My favorite!
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linda - May 04, 2008 - Report this comment
That candy bar was the bomb. They used to sell it in a candy machine at the Shell station.I bought one almost every day.
Amy - August 10, 2008 - Report this comment
I loved this candy bar. I was addicted to it, I wish they would bring it back!
James - October 04, 2008 - Report this comment
When I was a teenager in the early '70s I remember going to Abernathys Pharmacy and getting 7-up bars ALL the time. God, were they ever GOOD!!! They would have a brazil nut, orange jelly, butter cream, raspberry jelly, coconut, I think it had a maple cream, and something else I can't remember now after almost 40 years later. I miss them SOOOOOOOO BAD, it was like getting a candy store in one candy bar.
David - December 28, 2008 - Report this comment
I used to eat them when I lived in Albuquerque in the early 60's. They were one of the best candy bars ever made. I used to eat one while drinking a grape soda; heaven. They were originally made by Trudeau Candy Company and they were bought out by Pearson's Candy Company which continued making them into the early 70's. I wonder if Pearson's could be convinced into making them again?
Ruth - July 05, 2009 - Report this comment
I remember these! We were terribly poor growing up and almost never had a whole candy bar to ourselves--we always had to divide them up. The seven up bar was perfect because there were 7 kids in the family. I'd love to see them bring them back!
Phil - October 14, 2009 - Report this comment
Has anyone located a place or site where these can be purchased
Sharon - February 09, 2010 - Report this comment
I remember my grandmother taking me and my mom home from her house and always stopping to get us a seven up bar. They were so different then anything I had before. I kind of wished they would switch out the jelly one for something better though. But yes, it was like a box of mixed chocolates hooked together and made into a candy bar.
Kevin - April 05, 2010 - Report this comment
Back in the early 1960's, when I was about 8 or 9, my dad (who left for work before we got up and came home after we went to bed, I kid you not, he was probably working 65 hours a week) on Friday night when he got paid, and the first time we would see him all week, would bring each of us 5 kids a candy bar. Chick-o-Stix, Chuckles, Idaho Spud, Twin Bing, Forever Yours, Zero and, yes, Seven-up. I will never forget that for as long as I live.

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