Pineapple is a vitamin C powerhouse. Manganese is contained in pineapple, making it a fantastic supplement to the diet.
Guava is an exception. A 100-gram guava fruit offers approximately 200mg of Vitamin C, almost twice as much as an orange.
Strawberries are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants. They have more vitamin C than an orange.
Kiwi fruit is a nutritious snack or way to add "green" to your diet. One kiwi fruit has 84mg of vitamin C.
Mangoes are abundant in vitamin C and beta-carotene, promoting immunity. Green mangoes offer more vitamin C than yellow or red.
Papaya is delicious when prepared in either a salad or a drink. Raw papaya provides more Vitamin C than an orange.
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.
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%.
One medium lemon contains 50% of the DV for vitamin C (53 mg/100g). Vitamin C prevents cut fruits and vegetables from browning.