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V8 Review – 100% Vegetable Juice with added ingredients

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Okay so what is V8?  Well, V8 is 100% vegetable juice, from concentrate, with added ingredients.  I think it’s hilarious how they write that sentence on the bottle but I really don’t care because I love V8.

I’m a HUGE tomato lover.  For my birthday, which passed recently, one of my presents from my girlfriend is a tomato based dinner!  I’m excited about that one.  But anyway, let’s get back to V8.

Let me hook you up with some V8 factoids:

  • V8 has been around since 1948 (well that’s when Campbell bought it from W.G. Peacock) and is made by Campbell Soup Company.
  • The original V8 is made mainly from tomatoes and the juices from seven additional vegetables, specifically: beets, celery, carrots, lettuce, parsley, watercress, and spinach. Tomato juice composes around 87% of the total drink [1]. Campbell’s makes several varieties of the drink, such as Original, Spicy, Lemon, Picante, Low-Sodium, and Organic.Two spinoffs of the V8 brand, “V8 Splash”, and “V8 V•Fusion”, are blends of fruit and vegetable (specifically carrot) juices. V8 Splash is sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup or Splenda, while V•Fusion is made from 100% juice and contains a daily serving of both fruits and vegetables per 8oz glass.
  • http://www.v8juice.com/ – This is the official website.
  • A few cocktail drinks use V8, most famously the “bloody eight” or “eight ball”, which is a Bloody Mary with V8 instead of tomato juice. Vi-8 otherwise known as a Vimal 8 is a combination of V8 and orange flavored soda.
  • Watch V8 Videos on Youtube

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12 Responses to "V8 Review – 100% Vegetable Juice with added ingredients"

  1. Anthony Jenkins says:

    Surely someone besides myself has requested that Campbell Soup Company manufacture a “Low Sodium” Spicy V8 Juice!

    Please advise.

    • Silly Reviewer, Ryan. Administrator says:

      I wish they would make spicy v8 with less sodium. I totally agree.

      • Appaloosarules says:

        I do my own juicing because the Commercial V-8 Is actually from heat processed veg and the nutrient content is nominal. My suggestion? Do it yourself and add some tobasco or even juice a chili in it. Create your own is so much better. And I love a spicy V-8 bloody mary! Delish!

  2. glasspanesinger says:

    About how much would the cost be on gasoline to drive out to Mexico in a V8 SUV? I’m planning a trip soon as would like to estimate the cost so that I know about how much I would need to set aside for gas.

  3. bashnosy says:

    I want to but I v8 engine in my v6 is that possible? If so could u please suggest a good match? If I couldnt put a v8 is there any other engie I could swap that would be good to supercharge because my pontiac engibe wouldnt be able to handle the extra power?

  4. boorishrippling says:

    I have a 88 f150. I would like to put a v8 in it. But I’m not sure of the changing of a Ford engine. IV only messed Chevrolet first Ford.

  5. shallowgoverness says:

    I’ve taken a V8 juice and fat free milk and mixed them in an attempt to get a really healthy drink. However, whenever I do that, I get this weird puffy white substance at the bottom of my glass. This happens with 2% milk too… What on Earth could it be?

  6. standingspring says:

    im swapping out my v6 in a 1999 whats the largest v8 that will fit?

  7. welltodomedal says:

    I see the Porsche cars with Chevy V8’s in them on YOUTUBE. How do they get the V* to work with the Porsche transmission.

    Asked previously and removed because of the non compliant answers.

  8. pochardpath says:

    I have a 1989 Firebird and I am looking to upgrade the car. I have been told a 700R4 transmission is the best option, but I am wondering what the largest V8 engine is that can fit into this car. It originally has a 2.8L V6 engine.
    Thanks. I was looking for the largest that could comfortably go in the car, still with room to work on it. I was hoping a 350 would work, but wasn’t sure.

  9. thunderlack says:

    I have a 99 firebird. It is a 3.9 liter V6 5-speed. If i get a rebuilt V8 made for the firebird, will it fit the bell housing on the transmission or will i have to replace the transmission too? Also will i have to get a new hood or will the engine fit fine?

  10. tentpaddling says:

    can someone please give me a brief paragraph on how to get the point of V8 supercars like the points and international competition involved and stuff like that???

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