A standard serve of broccoli contains more than twice as much vitamin C as citrus fruits (132 mg).
A medium orange contains 70 mg of Vitamin C.
One serving of cauliflower has 77 per cent of the RDI for adults (90mg per day).
Brussels sprouts provide around 75 mg of vitamin C per cup.
One red capsicum delivers 169 per cent of the recommended intake for vitamin C.
You can find 28 per cent of your daily total of vitamin C in one medium-sized tomato.
One cup of strawberries is the equivalent of 99 per cent of the recommended daily value.
A 100g serve of spinach (approx. 3.3 cups) contains 28 mg of vitamin C, although frying or steaming them may release even more of their nutrients.
One kiwi fruit boasts 64 mg of vitamin C.
Lemons contain more than 30 mg of vitamin C per fruit.