Tania from Anchorage Alaska mailed us the following question. She asked does carrot juice contain many vitamins and minerals? The answer is yes, raw homemade carrot juice contains an abundant amount of essential vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6, magnesium, iron, calcium, potassium, and many others. In fact with regard to vitamin A, there are no other food sources in the world that offer more of the vitamin than carrot juice. It is important to understand however that these vitamins and minerals are very likely to be substantially less in any bottled or processed carrot juice. You're better off drinking raw homemade carrot juice instead of the store bought varieties, especially if you are drinking the beverage for nutritional gain, and not as a refreshment. We appreciate Tania taking the time to send us this question, have a happy and healthy carrot juice experience.