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V8 Original Low Sodium 100% Vegetable Juice, 11.5 FL Oz. Can (Pack of 24)

No Artificial Colors, Flavors Or Preservatives And Non-Gmo, The Light Of The Sodium, V8 100% Vegetable Juice. Expertly Blended For A Delicious Taste, Without Sacrificing All Of That Great V8 Taste

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We analyzed 9,228 reviews for 22 products in the Vegetable Juice Beverages category.

We then analyzed 1,038 reviews for this product. Of these, 761 reviews were recent.

Around 74% of reviews were positive and about 19% were negative.

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9.57 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about V8 Original Low Sodium 100% Vegetable Juice, 11.5 FL Oz. Can (Pack of 24)

    When I put a case of 24 cans in my cart, the price was about $23.80, or about $0.99 per can, but I fell asleep before I could complete the order, and when I woke up, I noticed a price change in my cart.

    I thought it was because of the vitamins C and E, but until someone pointed out the HighSodium Content, I switched to LowSodium.

    I can't drink V8 low sodium, if you think you hate it. Chances are, once you become accustomed to the lack of a stratospheric sodium content, you'll find that the subtle taste of the vegetables come through much more.

    It's a great way to make a healthy pasta sauce and you can use it in chili sauces.

    I started purchasing this to lower my sodium intake, but also to increase my daily dose of potassium, and it was disturbing how little I was actually getting.

    Common Questions


    I would order it once a month and my friend would be happy if we could afford it. Why is low sodium twice as expensive as the regular V8?


    A 12 pack of the 11.5oz cans is $7.96 compared to the 5.5oz cans, which is 4 cents cheaper.


    Does it have fructose in itf?


    I checked the label and saw no mention of fructose, but the Campbell website says there are 7 grams of "sugars" per serving.


    The low-sodium V-8 is the same price as the regular V-8 in a grocery store.


    All of the V8s are the same price.


    The listing says $0.01 per ounce, but the current price is $3.08.


    It sounds like it's a mistake.


    This item is nearly 10 cents per ounce less than ".01. per ounce", but that's still a lot.


    The price of 1 ounce seems to be 10 cents per ounce if 2 ounces costs 20 cents, and 3 ounces costs 30 cents, and so on.

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