Invigor8 Energy Drink

by Campbell Soup Company

This brand is no longer available

Product Type

Functional: Energy Drink: Regular


250 ml can

Nutritional Info

calories 110, total fat 0g;
sodium 50mg;
potassium 350mg;
total carbs 27g;
dietary fiber 1g;
sugars 20g;
vitamin A 50%;
vitamin C 100%;
calcium 10%;
iron 0%;
niacin 20%;
vitamin B6 20%;
vitamin B12 20%;
vitamin E 20%


pear juice from concentrate (water, pear juice concentrate), apple juice concentrate (water, apple juice concentrate), carrot juice from concentrate (water, carrot juice concentrate), phosphoric acid, flavoring, potassium citrate, tricalcium phosphate, vitamin premix (vitamin C [ascorbic acid], vitamins B3 [niacinamide], B6 and B12), citric acid, vitamin E (alpha tocopheryl acetate), beta carotene

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User rating
(4 votes)

Review: invigor8 Nutrition Boost

Posted: Oct 17, 2003 at 9:43 AM (Last Updated: Oct 17, 2003 at 10:43 AM)
We're not quite sure how this product will be received, but we can tell you that just about every aspect of this product is unique. First of all, it uses 100% juice and no added sugars which gives it a flavor that is very similar to that of a V8 Splash product. Of course, this puts the product's taste (which is best described as a tropical fruit punch flavor) among the top of the category. This flavor, unlike the Invigor8 Energy Boost has no caffeine -- it relies on carbs, B and other vitamins for the "boost". Overall, it's good but can a product like this go up against the other more edgy (and caffeinated) products on the market today? Regardless, it will be good for the category to have a company like Campbells being involved.