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Vitamin C Rich Fruits


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Welcome to the Vitamin C and nutrition section of the site. The complete nutrition and vitamin database of over 7000 foods has been sorted based on the amount of Vitamin C, giving a list of Vitamin C Rich Fruits.

Click on a food item to give a full nutrition breakdown that can be scaled for different amounts of Fruits, from our list of foods high in Vitamin C.

We have a list of the top 50 Fruits with a high content of Vitamin C ranging from Acerola, (west indian cherry), raw through to Carissa, (natal-plum), raw. The amount ranges from 1677.6 mg through to 38 mg per 100g of Vitamin C content in Fruits.


Please remember that this gives an accurate value in 100g for high Vitamin C foods. For example 100g of Acerola, (west indian cherry), raw contains 1677.6 mg of Vitamin C. However, there are other factors to consider when you are assessing your Vitamin C nutritional requirements. You should also take into account portion sizes when you are considering the amount of Vitamin C in food.

Taking the example of chives, they have a high amount of vitamin C in 100 grams but a portion size may only be a tablespoon or 0.2 g, so please bear this in mind when trying to increase or decrease the amount of Vitamin C in your diet or if you follow a High Vitamin C Diet.



 

List of Fruits High in Vitamin C

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1. Acerola, (west indian cherry), raw - Vitamin C
  1677.6 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (2796 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 98g) , Vitamin C content is 1644.05 mg (2740.08 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit without refuse (or 4.8g) , Vitamin C content is 80.52 mg (134.2 %DV)
2. Acerola juice, raw - Vitamin C
  1600 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (2666.67 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 242g) , Vitamin C content is 3872 mg (6453.33 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fl oz (or 30.2g) , Vitamin C content is 483.2 mg (805.33 %DV)
3. Guavas, common, raw - Vitamin C
  228.3 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (380.5 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 165g) , Vitamin C content is 376.7 mg (627.83 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit, without refuse (or 55g) , Vitamin C content is 125.57 mg (209.28 %DV)
4. Litchis, dried - Vitamin C
  183 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (305 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 fruit (or 2.5g) , Vitamin C content is 4.58 mg (7.63 %DV)
5. Currants, european black, raw - Vitamin C
  181 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (301.67 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 112g) , Vitamin C content is 202.72 mg (337.87 %DV)
6. Guava sauce, cooked - Vitamin C
  146.4 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (244 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 238g) , Vitamin C content is 348.43 mg (580.72 %DV)
7. Orange juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, undiluted - Vitamin C
  137.9 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (229.83 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 284g) , Vitamin C content is 391.64 mg (652.73 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fl oz (or 35.5g) , Vitamin C content is 48.95 mg (81.58 %DV)
  Serving of 1 can (6 fl oz) (or 213g) , Vitamin C content is 293.73 mg (489.55 %DV)
8. Orange peel, raw - Vitamin C
  136 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (226.67 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 tbsp (or 6g) , Vitamin C content is 8.16 mg (13.6 %DV)
  Serving of 1 tsp (or 2g) , Vitamin C content is 2.72 mg (4.53 %DV)
9. Lemon peel, raw - Vitamin C
  129 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (215 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 tbsp (or 6g) , Vitamin C content is 7.74 mg (12.9 %DV)
  Serving of 1 tsp (or 2g) , Vitamin C content is 2.58 mg (4.3 %DV)
10. Grapefruit juice, white, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, undiluted - Vitamin C
  119.8 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (199.67 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 can (6 fl oz) (or 207g) , Vitamin C content is 247.99 mg (413.32 %DV)
11. Kiwifruit, gold, raw - Vitamin C
  105.4 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (175.67 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, sliced (or 186g) , Vitamin C content is 196.04 mg (326.73 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit (or 86g) , Vitamin C content is 90.64 mg (151.07 %DV)
12. Peaches, frozen, sliced, sweetened - Vitamin C
  94.2 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (157 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, thawed (or 250g) , Vitamin C content is 235.5 mg (392.5 %DV)
  Serving of 10 slices (or 155g) , Vitamin C content is 146.01 mg (243.35 %DV)
  Serving of 1 package (10 oz) (or 284g) , Vitamin C content is 267.53 mg (445.88 %DV)
13. Kiwifruit, green, raw - Vitamin C
  92.7 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (154.5 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, sliced (or 180g) , Vitamin C content is 166.86 mg (278.1 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit (2" dia) (or 69g) , Vitamin C content is 63.96 mg (106.6 %DV)
  Serving of 1 NLEA serving (or 148g) , Vitamin C content is 137.2 mg (228.67 %DV)
14. Nance, frozen, unsweetened - Vitamin C
  92.5 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (154.17 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup without pits, thawed (or 112g) , Vitamin C content is 103.6 mg (172.67 %DV)
  Serving of 3 fruit without pits, thawed (or 9.8g) , Vitamin C content is 9.07 mg (15.12 %DV)
15. Apple juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, undiluted, with added ascorbic acid - Vitamin C
  88.9 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (148.17 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 can (6 fl oz) (or 211g) , Vitamin C content is 187.58 mg (312.63 %DV)
16. Tangerine juice, frozen concentrate, sweetened, undiluted - Vitamin C
  85.1 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (141.83 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 can (6 fl oz) (or 214g) , Vitamin C content is 182.11 mg (303.52 %DV)
17. Longans, raw - Vitamin C
  84 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (140 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 fruit without refuse (or 3.2g) , Vitamin C content is 2.69 mg (4.48 %DV)
18. Grape juice cocktail, frozen concentrate, undiluted, with added ascorbic acid - Vitamin C
  83.1 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (138.5 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 can (6 fl oz) (or 216g) , Vitamin C content is 179.5 mg (299.17 %DV)
19. Litchis, raw - Vitamin C
  71.5 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (119.17 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 190g) , Vitamin C content is 135.85 mg (226.42 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit without refuse (or 9.6g) , Vitamin C content is 6.86 mg (11.43 %DV)
20. Oranges, raw, with peel - Vitamin C
  71 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (118.33 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 170g) , Vitamin C content is 120.7 mg (201.17 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit without seeds (or 159g) , Vitamin C content is 112.89 mg (188.15 %DV)
21. Persimmons, native, raw - Vitamin C
  66 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (110 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 fruit without refuse (or 25g) , Vitamin C content is 16.5 mg (27.5 %DV)
22. Pummelo, raw - Vitamin C
  61 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (101.67 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, sections (or 190g) , Vitamin C content is 115.9 mg (193.17 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit without refuse (or 609g) , Vitamin C content is 371.49 mg (619.15 %DV)
23. Papayas, raw - Vitamin C
  60.9 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (101.5 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup 1" pieces (or 145g) , Vitamin C content is 88.31 mg (147.18 %DV)
  Serving of 1 cup, mashed (or 230g) , Vitamin C content is 140.07 mg (233.45 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit, small (or 157g) , Vitamin C content is 95.61 mg (159.35 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit, large (or 781g) , Vitamin C content is 475.63 mg (792.72 %DV)
24. Oranges, raw, navels - Vitamin C
  59.1 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (98.5 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup sections, without membranes (or 165g) , Vitamin C content is 97.52 mg (162.53 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit (2-7/8" dia) (or 140g) , Vitamin C content is 82.74 mg (137.9 %DV)
  Serving of 1 NLEA serving (or 154g) , Vitamin C content is 91.01 mg (151.68 %DV)
25. Strawberries, raw - Vitamin C
  58.8 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (98 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, halves (or 152g) , Vitamin C content is 89.38 mg (148.97 %DV)
  Serving of 1 cup, pureed (or 232g) , Vitamin C content is 136.42 mg (227.37 %DV)
  Serving of 1 cup, sliced (or 166g) , Vitamin C content is 97.61 mg (162.68 %DV)
  Serving of 1 cup, whole (or 144g) , Vitamin C content is 84.67 mg (141.12 %DV)
  Serving of 1 extra large (1-5/8" dia) (or 27g) , Vitamin C content is 15.88 mg (26.47 %DV)
  Serving of 1 large (1-3/8" dia) (or 18g) , Vitamin C content is 10.58 mg (17.63 %DV)
  Serving of 1 medium (1-1/4" dia) (or 12g) , Vitamin C content is 7.06 mg (11.77 %DV)
  Serving of 1 pint as purchased, yields (or 357g) , Vitamin C content is 209.92 mg (349.87 %DV)
  Serving of 1 small (1" dia) (or 7g) , Vitamin C content is 4.12 mg (6.87 %DV)
  Serving of 1 NLEA serving (or 147g) , Vitamin C content is 86.44 mg (144.07 %DV)
26. Pineapple, raw, extra sweet variety - Vitamin C
  56.4 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (94 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, chunks (or 165g) , Vitamin C content is 93.06 mg (155.1 %DV)
  Serving of 1 slice (4-2/3" dia x 3/4" thick) (or 166g) , Vitamin C content is 93.62 mg (156.03 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit (or 905g) , Vitamin C content is 510.42 mg (850.7 %DV)
  Serving of 1 NLEA serving (or 112g) , Vitamin C content is 63.17 mg (105.28 %DV)
27. Apricot nectar, canned, with added ascorbic acid - Vitamin C
  54.4 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (90.67 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 251g) , Vitamin C content is 136.54 mg (227.57 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fl oz (or 31.4g) , Vitamin C content is 17.08 mg (28.47 %DV)
28. Abiyuch, raw - Vitamin C
  54.1 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (90.17 %DV)
  A typical food serving of .5 cup (or 114g) , Vitamin C content is 61.67 mg (102.78 %DV)
29. Oranges, raw, all commercial varieties - Vitamin C
  53.2 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (88.67 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, sections (or 180g) , Vitamin C content is 95.76 mg (159.6 %DV)
  Serving of 1 large (3-1/16" dia) (or 184g) , Vitamin C content is 97.89 mg (163.15 %DV)
  Serving of 1 small (2-3/8" dia) (or 96g) , Vitamin C content is 51.07 mg (85.12 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit (2-5/8" dia) (or 131g) , Vitamin C content is 69.69 mg (116.15 %DV)
30. Lemons, raw, without peel - Vitamin C
  53 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (88.33 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, sections (or 212g) , Vitamin C content is 112.36 mg (187.27 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit (2-1/8" dia) (or 58g) , Vitamin C content is 30.74 mg (51.23 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit (2-3/8" dia) (or 84g) , Vitamin C content is 44.52 mg (74.2 %DV)
  Serving of 1 wedge or slice (1/8 of one 2-1/8" dia lemon) (or 7g) , Vitamin C content is 3.71 mg (6.18 %DV)
  Serving of 1 NLEA serving (or 58g) , Vitamin C content is 30.74 mg (51.23 %DV)
31. Juice, apple, grape and pear blend, with added ascorbic acid and calcium - Vitamin C
  50.7 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (84.5 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 8 fl oz (or 250g) , Vitamin C content is 126.75 mg (211.25 %DV)
32. Orange juice, raw - Vitamin C
  50 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (83.33 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 248g) , Vitamin C content is 124 mg (206.67 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fl oz (or 31g) , Vitamin C content is 15.5 mg (25.83 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit yields (or 86g) , Vitamin C content is 43 mg (71.67 %DV)
33. Clementines, raw - Vitamin C
  48.8 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (81.33 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 fruit (or 74g) , Vitamin C content is 36.11 mg (60.18 %DV)
34. Oranges, raw, California, valencias - Vitamin C
  48.5 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (80.83 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup sections, without membranes (or 180g) , Vitamin C content is 87.3 mg (145.5 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit (2-5/8" dia) (or 121g) , Vitamin C content is 58.69 mg (97.82 %DV)
35. Pineapple, raw, all varieties - Vitamin C
  47.8 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (79.67 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, chunks (or 165g) , Vitamin C content is 78.87 mg (131.45 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit (or 905g) , Vitamin C content is 432.59 mg (720.98 %DV)
  Serving of 1 slice (4-2/3" dia x 3/4" thick) (or 166g) , Vitamin C content is 79.35 mg (132.25 %DV)
  Serving of 1 slice (3-1/2" dia x 3/4" thick) (or 84g) , Vitamin C content is 40.15 mg (66.92 %DV)
  Serving of 1 slice, thin (3-1/2" dia x 1/2" thick) (or 56g) , Vitamin C content is 26.77 mg (44.62 %DV)
36. Oranges, raw, Florida - Vitamin C
  45 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (75 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup sections, without membranes (or 185g) , Vitamin C content is 83.25 mg (138.75 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit (2-5/8" dia) (or 141g) , Vitamin C content is 63.45 mg (105.75 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit (2-11/16" dia) (or 151g) , Vitamin C content is 67.95 mg (113.25 %DV)
37. Kumquats, raw - Vitamin C
  43.9 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (73.17 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 fruit without refuse (or 19g) , Vitamin C content is 8.34 mg (13.9 %DV)
38. Pineapple juice, canned, unsweetened, with added ascorbic acid - Vitamin C
  43.8 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (73 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 250g) , Vitamin C content is 109.5 mg (182.5 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fl oz (or 31.3g) , Vitamin C content is 13.71 mg (22.85 %DV)
39. Pineapple juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, undiluted - Vitamin C
  42 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (70 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 can (6 fl oz) (or 216g) , Vitamin C content is 90.72 mg (151.2 %DV)
40. Strawberries, frozen, sweetened, sliced - Vitamin C
  41.4 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (69 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, thawed (or 255g) , Vitamin C content is 105.57 mg (175.95 %DV)
  Serving of 1 package (10 oz) (or 284g) , Vitamin C content is 117.58 mg (195.97 %DV)
41. Strawberries, frozen, unsweetened - Vitamin C
  41.2 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (68.67 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, thawed (or 221g) , Vitamin C content is 91.05 mg (151.75 %DV)
  Serving of 1 cup, unthawed (or 149g) , Vitamin C content is 61.39 mg (102.32 %DV)
  Serving of 1 berry (or 10.6g) , Vitamin C content is 4.37 mg (7.28 %DV)
  Serving of 1 package (20 oz) (or 567g) , Vitamin C content is 233.6 mg (389.33 %DV)
42. Currants, red and white, raw - Vitamin C
  41 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (68.33 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 112g) , Vitamin C content is 45.92 mg (76.53 %DV)
43. Orange Pineapple Juice Blend - Vitamin C
  40.7 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (67.83 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 8 fl oz (or 246g) , Vitamin C content is 100.12 mg (166.87 %DV)
44. Strawberries, frozen, sweetened, whole - Vitamin C
  39.5 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (65.83 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, thawed (or 255g) , Vitamin C content is 100.73 mg (167.88 %DV)
  Serving of 1 package (10 oz) (or 284g) , Vitamin C content is 112.18 mg (186.97 %DV)
45. Orange juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, diluted with 3 volume water - Vitamin C
  38.9 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (64.83 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 249g) , Vitamin C content is 96.86 mg (161.43 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fl oz (or 31.1g) , Vitamin C content is 12.1 mg (20.17 %DV)
46. Lemon juice, raw - Vitamin C
  38.7 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (64.5 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 244g) , Vitamin C content is 94.43 mg (157.38 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fl oz (or 30.5g) , Vitamin C content is 11.8 mg (19.67 %DV)
  Serving of 1 lemon yields (or 48g) , Vitamin C content is 18.58 mg (30.97 %DV)
  Serving of 1 wedge yields (or 5.9g) , Vitamin C content is 2.28 mg (3.8 %DV)
47. Apple juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened, with added ascorbic acid - Vitamin C
  38.5 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (64.17 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 248g) , Vitamin C content is 95.48 mg (159.13 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fl oz (or 31g) , Vitamin C content is 11.94 mg (19.9 %DV)
48. Grapefruit, raw, pink and red, California and Arizona - Vitamin C
  38.1 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (63.5 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup sections, with juice (or 230g) , Vitamin C content is 87.63 mg (146.05 %DV)
  Serving of .5 fruit (3-3/4" dia) (or 123g) , Vitamin C content is 46.86 mg (78.1 %DV)
49. Carissa, (natal-plum), raw - Vitamin C
  38 mg of Vitamin C in 100g (63.33 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup slices (or 150g) , Vitamin C content is 57 mg (95 %DV)
  Serving of 1 fruit without skin and seeds (or 20g) , Vitamin C content is 7.6 mg (12.67 %DV)






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