After Necco was shut down last year, many thought they'd never enjoy another one.

In the world of candy, it's a time of major transition. We're already facing the fact Valentine's Day will look much different, as Sweethearts candy will not be available, due to the closure of Necco last year. The legendary Sky Bar was doomed for a similar fate, until one store in Massachusetts stepped in for rescue.

According to WMUR News 9, Louise Mawhinney, owner of Duck Soup  won an online auction for the rights to the Sky Bar. The gourmet food store in Sudbury, Massachusetts, said yesterday she will be working with Jeff Green, a 33-year Necco veteran and the former vice president of research and development. Together, they will produce small-batches of the Sky Bar. The amount paid for Sky Bar's brand was not immediately available.

Sky Bar will reportedly stay the same, with four sections with a different filling caramel, vanilla, peanut and fudge. All covered in milk chocolate.