The 10 foods that have the most vitamin C

Consider adding lychees to your next smoothie, juice, salad, or jelly batch, as each one contains about 7 mg of vitamin C.

Kiwis are high in vitamin C. 64 mg per kiwi, nearly all of the daily requirement for women and two-thirds for men

One cup of papaya contains 87 mg of vitamin C, which is enough for men and women. A small papaya contains about 3 grammes of fibre.

Green chili peppers have even more vitamin C—a staggering 109 mg per pepper compared to the red variety’s 65 mg. 

Guava is a superfood rich in antioxidants, copper, folic acid, manganese, potassium, vitamin A, and C. And it's not just a little vitamin C—a guava has 125 mg!

oranges are high in vitamin C. “How high?” you might ask. The average orange contains 70 mg, and an 8-ounce glass of orange juice has more than 100 mg!

The vitamin C content of acerola cherries, also known as Barbados cherries, West Indian cherries, or wild crepe myrtles, is astounding.

For both men and women, one cup of cooked broccoli provides over 100 mg of vitamin C.

A half-cup of blackcurrants contains 101 mg of vitamin C, meeting and exceeding your daily requirement.

Green peppers have 95 mg, red peppers have 152 mg, but yellow peppers have an amazing 341 mg.

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