The Dr. Pepper Snapple Group distributes approximately 30 7-Up products in the United States, including A&W, Canada Dry, Crush, Stewart’s, and Nantucket Nectars. Other 7-Up beverages distributed by the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group are Mott’s, Clamato, Deja Blue, and Hawaiian Punch.
7-Up is available in standard 7-Up, Diet 7-Up, 7-Up 10, 7-Up Cherry, and Diet 7-Up Cherry varieties. 7-Up goods are no longer, per se, 7-Up products. They are products of the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group. In 1988, 7-Up and Dr. Pepper amalgamated, and in 1995, Cadbury Schweppes acquired Dr. Pepper.
In 2008, the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group separated from Cadbury Schweppes. Each succeeding merger and spin-off increased the variety of related items.
The Dr. Pepper Snapple Group of brands and products includes Evansville, Indiana-based RC Cola, but only in the United States. Royal Crown International, a subsidiary of the Cott Corporation, produces and distributes RC Cola outside the United States. The notable RC Cola family of brands, including Sunkist, Welch’s, Fiji water, Nehi, and Mistic, are owned by the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group.
Veryfine, Sierra Mist, Squirt, Clubhouse Coolers, and Red Bull are also available. DrPepperSnappleGroup.com contains a link to product information about its family of RC Cola flavours, including RC Cola, RC Cola Diet, RC Cola Cherry, and RC Cola 10. RC Cola still maintains its own website, RCBeverage.com.