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V8 V-Fusion® Refreshers Review


Calling all juice fans!!  First, I want to thank V8 V-Fusion® Refreshers for sending me 2 bottles of juice in exchange for an honest review.  

As a mother of 2 kids I have sampled many different types of juice.  It is scary to walk down the juice isle and not know what juice I should pick for my kids.   

I try to keep my kids away from high fructose corn syrup, preservatives, and dyes.  

Here are some important details to know about V8 V-Fusion® Refreshers.
 For far too long, moms have been in search of a great tasting drink the entire family will enjoy – and 
that she feels good about. New V8 V-Fusion® Refreshers are a light and crisp juice drink with a 20 – 25% 
blend of fruit and vegetable juices that come in four delicious – and unique – family pleasing flavors.
Made with both fruit and vegetable juices, V8 V-Fusion® Refreshers are naturally sweetened, contain no 
artificial colors, flavors or preservatives and are an excellent source of Vitamin C.
V8 V-Fusion® Refreshers are available in four tasty flavors, Black Cherry Berry, Cranberry Grape, 
Tangerine Passionfruit and Peach Strawberry, providing premium juice refreshments that will make the 
whole family happy.   

My Review:
I have always been a huge fan of V8 juices.  I always use the veggie juice as a started for my chili and it is always a winner!  :)  So when I heard about the opportunity to review V8 V-Fusion® Refreshers I jumped on board!  

My daughter had the first taste of the Black Cherry Berry.  She loved the sweet flavor and gave it two thumbs up.  I thought the flavor was very sweet and comparable to Kool Aid but without so much sugar!  My son has enjoyed both flavors also.  
I was a little unsure of the peach strawberry flavor but mainly because I love strawberry but not a huge peach fan so it made for a strange after taste for my taste buds.  I think I am going to go purchase the cranberry grape flavor.  The suggested retail is $3.49. Please go learn more here:


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