There are 98 milligrammes of vitamin C in a cup of sliced strawberries. Strawberries are rich in antioxidants and minerals like potassium and calcium, according to a February 2022 article published in Scientia Horticulturae.
FoodData Central at the United States Department of Agriculture reports that one cup of fresh pineapple contains 78.9 milligrammes. In addition, studies have found the following health benefits: Pineapple aids digestion, fights cancer, diabetes, and hypertension, according to a June 2021 article published in the Journal of Agriculture and Food Research.
USDA FoodData Central reports that per 100 grammes, kiwi contains 74.7 milligrammes of vitamin C. It has also been shown to have indirect anti-cancer effects, according to a review published in Nutrition and Cancer in August 2019.