Blackcurrants are small, round, purple-black berries that are tart to the taste. Just one 80g serving provides 200% of your daily vitamin C needs and surprisingly thirty times more vitamin C than blueberries.
Whether eaten raw or cooked, broccoli is a useful source of vitamin C. It can be eaten as crudités or added to a juice or smoothie.
Half a large green pepper will provide around twice your daily vitamin C needs along with vitamins B6, folate and fibre.
Guavas are a tropical fruit that can be eaten by scooping out the inside or eating it whole without the skin.One guava fruit contains three times your daily vitamin C needs.
A popular ‘super food’, kale contains four times the vitamin C and twice the vitamin E as spinach, and contributes plant compounds, like beta-carotene
A single kiwi contains just over your daily vitamin C needs and they're a good source of vitamin K and fibre.
A single orange contains all your daily vitamin C needs as well as a good mix of vitamins and minerals including folate, calcium and magnesium.
Half a small papaya will easily provide your vitamin C needs, along with some vitamin A, folate and potassium.
Half a large red pepper contains over twice your daily vitamin C needs, as well as reasonable amounts of vitamins E and K as well as folate and fibre.
An 80g serving provides all your daily vitamin C needs and is rich in polyphenols - including strawberries in your diet may improve digestion