You know I, at this very moment, just remembered a story a co-worker of mine told me once that might be something or it might be nothing but I will throw it out there anyway. This co-worker told me once not to ever buy the V-8 vegetable drink - I took the bait and asked him why - he stated that he used to work for a plant that produced it and one of his duties was to pour into the ...I guess vats of the freshly made concoction the "Vitamins" that they state is in the vegetable mix - he then went on to say that they ran out of the "Vitamins" alot but went on bottle-ling it anyway. Basically he was saying you were not getting what you paid for half the time. I remember thinking so what - it is still made out of real vegetable so it still should be pretty decent and that was that. Now, after watching these latest vids from Scott, I am wondering if maybe the "vitamins" being added were not vitamins after all .... hmmmm - Posssible. I do not have any V-8's in my house at the present time so I cannot check if it comes with a Kosher seal or not.
I used to drink alot of V8 years ago until my friend - a registered Nutritionist - told me not to.
V8 does NOT have the kosher symbol on it. However, the ingredients ONLY listed vegetables and no added perservatives or additives. Only the juice of the vegetables.
But it makes me wonder why then it would NOT have the kosher symbol? I have discontinued bringing it into the house. Not sure about V8 anymore.