The D. L. Clark Company was founded in 1886 by David L. Clark in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Its industry was candy and its headquarters remained in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was acquired by the Beatrice Foods Company in 1955 who later sold it to the Pittsburgh Food & Beverage Company in 1983. The Pittsburgh company went bankrupt in 1995, causing the Clark company to be diversified but it was restructured soon after, only to go defunct in 1999.
It spun off the Clark Brothers Chewing Gum Company in 1921.
D. L. Clark Company (1886-1995)
Clark Bar America (1995-1999)
Clark's Teaberry Gum