100 grammes of oranges have 59 mg vitamin C. Medium oranges contain 83 mg of vitamin C. Grapefruit, mandarins, and limes are also good sources.


Strawberry 100g has 59 mg vitamin C. Strawberries have 97 milligrammes of vitamin C per cup. This fruit boosts heart and brain health.


One cup (145 grammes) of papaya contains 88 mg Vitamin C, which helps memory and reduces brain inflammation.


Orange persimmons resemble tomatoes. Varieties abound. Native American persimmon (Diospyros virginiana) has nine times more vitamin C than Japanese persimmon.

American persimmons

100 grammes of lychees provide 72 milligrammes vitamin C. One lychee has 7.5% of the DV for vitamin C, whereas a cup has 151%.


Lemons have 53 mg of vitamin C per 100 grammes; one medium lemon provides 50% of the DV. Vitamin C prevents cut fruits and vegetables from turning brown.


One medium kiwi provides 62% of the DV for vitamin C. Kiwis suppress blood platelets, which may minimise blood clots and stroke risk. Kiwis may boost immunity.


Cruciferous veggie. 100 grammes of raw kale contains 103 percent of the DV for vitamin C. It contains vitamin K, lutein, and zeaxanthin.


It's native to Mexico and South America.One guava provides 138% of the DV for vitamin C. It's rich in lycopene.


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