Red bell pepper offers 95 mg of vitamin C per half-cup. Green bell peppers give 60 mg per half cup, about two-thirds of your daily intake.
One red chile has 64 milligrammes of vitamin C. If you don't mind sweating, eat two to meet your daily intake.
1 cup of raw kale offers roughly 20 mg of vitamin C—great for smoothies and salads. This is another incentive to regularly consume kale salad.
Cooked broccoli has 102 milligrammes of vitamin C. Sauté it with olive oil and garlic as a side dish or in stir-fries or spaghetti.
Half a cup of cooked sprouts has 48 milligrammes of vitamin C, more than half your daily intake.
Papaya sliced like summer: Papaya cubes contain 88 milligrammes of vitamin C. Urgent? Instead, make a smoothie.
You sneaked 10 berries from the U-pick farm? This sample gave you 70 milligrammes of vitamin C.
1 cup cooked root vegetable has 89 mg vitamin C. Caramelize thick slices in olive oil or mash them.
Pia coladas are a good source of vitamin C. Per cup, this fruit has 78 milligrammes of vitamin C. Add it to frozen smoothies.
Small, portable kiwis have 64 mg of vitamin C per fuzzy fruit. Your new favourite snack.
You waited, right? One orange provides virtually all of your daily vitamin C needs. (70 milligrammes per medium orange)
Grandma's morning grapefruit? She's right. Half includes 39 mg vitamin C.