Oranges are commonly associated with vitamin C. On average, a medium-sized orange contains approximately 70 milligrams of vitamin C, about 78% of the Daily Value (DV). However there are several other foods that contain even higher amounts of this essential nutrient;

Bell Pepper

One medium-sized yellow bell pepper contains approximately 341 milligrams of vitamin C, which is about 379% of the DV.


On average one cup of fresh pineapple chunks contains approximately 79 milligrams of vitamin C, covering about 88% of the DV.


One cup of sliced strawberries contains about 89 milligrams of vitamin C; 99% of the DV.


One cup or about 91 grams of chopped, cooked broccoli has about 81 milligrams of vitamin C, approximately 90% of the DV.

Black Currant

Black currants are very high in vitamin C. One cup of fresh black currants contains 202 milligrams of vitamin C, which is about 224% of the DV.

Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts are a vegetable source rich in vitamin C. One cup of cooked Brussels sprouts contains approximately 97 milligrams of vitamin C with about 107% of the DV.