We have sorted our complete nutrition and vitamin database of vegetables, based on amount of Vitamin C. Click a food item to give a full nutrition breakdown which can be scaled for different amounts of Vegetables, from our list of Vegetables high in Vitamin C

This page shows the amount of Vitamin C in Peppers, sweet, red, freeze-dried through to Taro, tahitian, raw. The amount ranges from 1900 mg through to 96 mg of Vitamin C in 100g. For a complete list we also have a list of foods high in Vitamin C, rather than just Vitamin C rich Vegetables.

Please remember that this gives an accurate value in 100g for Vitamin C in Vegetables. For example 100g of Peppers, sweet, red, freeze-dried contains 1900 mg of Vitamin C. However, this is not the full story when considering your nutritional requirements. You should also take into account portion sizes when you are considering the amount of Vitamin C in Vegetables and Vitamin C rich Vegetables.

For example chives 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. Otherwise, we hope you find the site informative and that this is a helpful list of Vegetables high in Vitamin C.

 

Vegetables High in Vitamin C - Vitamin C in Vegetables per 100 g

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Vitamin C in Peppers, sweet, red, freeze-dried Vegetables1900 mg
Vitamin C in Peppers, sweet, green, freeze-dried Vegetables1900 mg
Vitamin C in Chives, freeze-dried Vegetables660 mg
Vitamin C in Peppers, hot chili, green, raw Vegetables242 mg
Vitamin C in Peppers, sweet, red, raw Vegetables190 mg
Vitamin C in Peppers, sweet, yellow, raw Vegetables183 mg
Vitamin C in Peppers, sweet, green, sauteed Vegetables177 mg
Vitamin C in Peppers, sweet, red, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt Vegetables171 mg
Vitamin C in Peppers, sweet, red, cooked, boiled, drained, with salt Vegetables171 mg
Vitamin C in Peppers, sweet, red, sauteed Vegetables162 mg
Vitamin C in Parsley, freeze-dried Vegetables149 mg
Vitamin C in Peppers, hot chili, red, raw Vegetables143 mg
Vitamin C in Horseradish-tree, pods, raw Vegetables141 mg
Vitamin C in Pokeberry shoots, (poke), raw Vegetables136 mg
Vitamin C in Parsley, raw Vegetables133 mg
Vitamin C in Mustard spinach, (tendergreen), raw Vegetables130 mg
Vitamin C in Kale, scotch, raw Vegetables130 mg
Vitamin C in Kale, raw Vegetables120 mg
Vitamin C in Leeks, (bulb and lower-leaf portion), freeze-dried Vegetables118 mg
Vitamin C in Tomato powder Vegetables116 mg
Vitamin C in Vinespinach, (basella), raw Vegetables102 mg
Vitamin C in Tomatoes, sun-dried, packed in oil, drained Vegetables101 mg
Vitamin C in Horseradish-tree, pods, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt Vegetables97 mg
Vitamin C in Horseradish-tree, pods, cooked, boiled, drained, with salt Vegetables97 mg
Vitamin C in Taro, tahitian, raw Vegetables96 mg

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