7 Up (sometimes spelled Seven Up) is the brand name of a lemon- lime flavored soft drink marketed by Dr Pepper/Seven Up, Inc. (DPSU) in the United States (a unit of Cadbury-Schweppes since 1995). It has been bottled by Britvic in Britain since 1987. Outside the United States, the trademark to 7 Up belongs to PepsiCo. 7 Up, originally named Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda, was concocted in 1929 in Saint Louis, Missouri. It originally contained lithium citrate, a mood-stabilizing drug. Many early soft drinks contained herbal or pharmaceutical ingredients. This was removed in 1950. In 1998, in the first formula change since lithium was removed, 7 Up was flavor-enhanced, with no changes to sugar content or carbonation level. ...more on Wikipedia about "7 Up"
Test marketed during the 1980s, 7-Up Gold was a spice flavored version of the popular 7-Up soft drink brand. Its taste was similar to ginger beer or a golden ginger ale such as Vernor's, although it was never advertised or marketed as a ginger beverage. The spice used to flavor it was cinnamon, and it was pretty sweet; maybe for this reason one of the test markets for 7-Up Gold was the Great Lakes region, the birthplace of Vernor's, which is similarly spicy and sweet. ...more on Wikipedia about "7-Up Gold"
A 99 Flake can refer to an ice cream cone with a Cadbury Flake chocolate bar inserted in it; a specially produced Flake bar for this purpose; or a wrapped ice cream cone product marketed by Cadbury. It was originally designed to be a cuboid, and fit into a wafer. It was later adapted for a cone. ...more on Wikipedia about "99 Flake"
A&W Root Beer, now the most popular root beer in the United States, was first brewed in June 1919, in Lodi, California by Roy Allen at a parade for returning World War I veterans. Allen initially sold the root beer for a nickel at a roadside stand. Allen, along with partner Frank Wright began A&W Restaurants, giving the root beer its name as well as eventually selling other food. ...more on Wikipedia about "A&W Root Beer"
Boost is a chocolate bar made by Cadbury, and sold in the UK and Australia. Its wrapper says that it consists of milk chocolate with caramel and biscuit filling. The wrapper also claims that Boost is "Charged with glucose." ...more on Wikipedia about "Boost (chocolate)"
Bubbaloo is a brand of bubble gum produced by Cadbury Adams. They are small pieces of bubble gum with a liquid center. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bubbaloo"
Bubblicious is a brand of bubble gum produced by Cadbury Adams. Launched in the United States in 1977, there are 13 flavors of Bubblicious, 2 of which have been discontinued, and 1 of which was discontinued and then re-introduced: ...more on Wikipedia about "Bubblicious" http://www.shortopedia.com - Xtending Info.
Cactus Cooler is a soft drink sold in the United States, mainly in the Southern California area. It is part of Dr Pepper/Seven Up, Inc. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cactus Cooler"
Cadbury Adams, a subsidiary of Cadbury-Schweppes, is a gum, breath mint and cough drop company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cadbury Adams"
Caramilk (until recently called Caramel in the United Kingdom, now known as Dairy Milk with Caramel) is a chocolate bar made by Cadbury. It consists of liquid caramel held in chocolate pockets. Variations available in Canada, some of them limited editions, include Caramilk made with dark chocolate, Caramilk with maple, and Caramilk filled with chocolate or cappuccino. "Chunky" (thicker) versions called Caramilk "Thick" and cylindrical versions called "Caramilk Rolls" (similar to Rolo) have also been introduced. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cadbury Caramilk"
Cadbury Schweppes plc is a confectionery and beverage company with its headquarters in London. However, it does not manufacture Schweppes beverages for the United Kingdom, having sold its trademarks there to The Coca-Cola Company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cadbury Schweppes"
The Creme Egg is a brand of chocolate egg produced by Cadbury-Schweppes. The egg has a chocolate "shell", with white and yellow cream inside. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cadbury's Creme Egg"
Cadbury's Roses are a selection of individually wrapped miniture special occasion chocolates created by the British confectioners, Cadbury-Schweppes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cadbury's Roses"
Canada Dry is a brand of soft drinks marketed by Dr Pepper/Seven Up, a unit of Cadbury-Schweppes. Canada Dry is best known for its ginger ale, but also manufactures a number of other soft drinks and mixers. Although Canada Dry originated in its namesake country, Canada, it is now produced in many countries around the globe, and is very popular in the United States. ...more on Wikipedia about "Canada Dry"
Caramello Koala's are Australian confectionery made by the Cadbury Company. They consist of a koala shaped layer of chocolate, a thick layer of caramel, then another layer of chocolate similar to that of a Freddo Frog. ...more on Wikipedia about "Caramello Koala"
Chiclets are a brand of candy coated chewing gum made by Cadbury Adams. The product's name is derived from chicle ( Nahuatl tziktli), the substance from which chewing gum was traditionally made. The original flavor was peppermint but many flavors have been added and discontinued over the decades since the introduction in 1906. Assorted fruit flavor is still available in the U.S. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chiclets"
Country Time is the name of a brand of lemonade drinks owned by Dr Pepper/Seven Up, Inc. (DPSU). ...more on Wikipedia about "Country Time"
Crunchie is a brand of milk-chocolate-covered sponge toffee/ cinder toffee ( hokey pokey/ honeycomb) made by Cadbury. It was first launched by J. S. Fry & Sons in 1929, and later became a Cadbury product through a corporate merger. ...more on Wikipedia about "Crunchie"
Curly Wurly is a type of chocolate bar manufactured by Cadbury and sold in the UK and Australia. Its shape resembles two flattened, intertwined serpentine strings. The bar is made of chocolate-coated toffee. ...more on Wikipedia about "Curly Wurly"
Dairy Milk is a brand of chocolate bar made by Cadbury's popular in the United Kingdom and around the world. It was introduced in 1905. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dairy Milk"
Dentyne is a series of brands of United States chewing gum. It is owned by Cadbury Adams, a division of Cadbury. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dentyne"
Diet Rite is the brand name of a line of diet sodas distributed by the R.C. Cola company (now part of Dr Pepper/Seven Up, Inc., which in turn is part of Cadbury-Schweppes plc). ...more on Wikipedia about "Diet Rite"
Double Decker is a chocolate bar from Cadbury's. It was first introduced in 1976, and has a name inspired by the British obsession with double-decker buses in the 1970's. The chocolate bar is structured in two layers; an upper whipped nougat layer, with a lower layer of cereal ‘crispies’, these are then coated in milk chocolate to form a bar weighing approximately 65g. The packaging consists of a blue and orange wrapper, with the main logo printed in white text. ...more on Wikipedia about "Double Decker (chocolate bar)"
Dr Pepper is a popular caramel-colored, carbonated soft drink marketed in the United States by Dr Pepper/Seven Up, Inc., a unit of Cadbury-Schweppes. The headquarters of Dr Pepper are situated in Plano, Texas, a suburb of Dallas. The ownership of the trademark varies in other countries. There is also a no- calorie version, Diet Dr Pepper, as well as other flavors, such as Cherry Vanilla Dr Pepper. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dr Pepper"
Dr Pepper/Seven Up, Inc. is a United States soft drink manufacturing arm of Cadbury-Schweppes. (Cadbury-Schweppes also distributes beverages through subsidiaries Mott's and Snapple Beverage Group). It is headquartered in Plano, Texas. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dr Pepper/Seven Up, Inc."
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