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Food NameCaloriesVitamin C
Butter, salted7170
Butter, whipped, with salt7170
Butter oil, anhydrous8760
Cheese, blue3530
Cheese, brick3710
Cheese, brie3340
Cheese, camembert3000
Cheese, caraway3760
Cheese, cheddar4030
Cheese, cheshire3870
Cheese, colby3940
Cheese, cottage, creamed, large or small curd980
Cheese, cottage, nonfat, uncreamed, dry, large or small curd720
Cheese, cottage, lowfat, 2% milkfat860
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About This No Vitamin C Food Database

This database provides nutrient data for those common foods that have zero vitamin C content.
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Effects of Too much Vitamin C

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is an essential nutrient. Still, it's possible to have too much vitamin C.

For adults, the recommended dietary reference intake for vitamin C is 65 to 90 milligrams (mg) a day, and the upper limit is 2,000 mg a day. Although too much dietary vitamin C is unlikely to be harmful, large doses of vitamin C supplements may cause abdominal bloating and cramps, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, heartburn, headache, insomnia, or kidney stones.

Fruits and Fruit Products Lowest in Vitamin C

Vitamin C content is in milligrams per 100 grams of food weight.


Vitamin C (mg)
Fruits Lowest in Vitamin C (100 g)

0.0
Cherries, maraschino

0.2
Apple, cooked or canned, with syrup

0.2
Plum, rock salt, dried

0.2
Cranberries, dried

0.3
Apricot, dried, cooked

0.3
Apricot, dried, cooked, with sugar

0.3
Apricot, dried, cooked, unsweetened

0.4
Plum, cooked or canned

0.4
Soup, sour cherry

0.4
Plum, cooked or canned, drained solids

0.4
Date

0.4
Plum, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup

0.4
Plum, cooked or canned, in light syrup

0.6
Apple-grape juice

0.6
Fruit nectar

0.6
Tamarind pulp, dried, sweetened ("Pulpitas")

0.6
Apricot nectar

0.6
Prune, dried, uncooked

0.7
Blueberry pie filling

0.7
Pear, cooked or canned, in light syrup

0.8
Ciruelas, baby food

0.8
Plums, baby food, junior

0.8
Prunes with oatmeal, baby food, strained

0.8
Raisins, cooked

0.9
Apple cider

0.9
Apple-pear juice

0.9
Apple, dried, cooked, with sugar

1.0
Figs, cooked or canned, in light syrup

1.0
Blueberries, frozen, sweetened

Vitamin C (mg)
Fruits Lowest in Vitamin C (100 g)

1.0
Plums, baby food

1.0
Apple, dried, cooked

1.0
Apricot, dried, uncooked

1.0
Grapes, seedless, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup

1.0
Apple, dried, cooked, unsweetened

1.0
Fruit salad (excluding citrus fruits) with pudding

1.0
Fig, cooked or canned

1.0
Grapes, seedless, cooked or canned, unsweetened, water pack

1.0
Pear, cooked or canned, unsweetened, water pack

1.0
Fig, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup

1.0
Fig, cooked or canned, unsweetened, water pack

1.0
Grapes, seedless, cooked or canned

1.1
Plums, baby food, strained

1.1
Pear nectar

1.1
Blueberries, cooked or canned

1.1
Pear, cooked or canned, drained solids

1.1
Pear, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup

1.1
Cherry vanilla pudding, baby food, strained

1.1
Pear, cooked or canned

1.1
Blueberries, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup

1.2
Fig, dried, uncooked

1.2
Applesauce, stewed apples, sweetened with low calorie sweetener

1.2
Applesauce, stewed apples, unsweetened

1.3
Prunes, baby food, strained

1.3
Apple-cherry juice

1.4
Apple chips

1.6
Pear, cooked or canned, juice pack

1.6
Cherry pie filling

1.7
Applesauce, stewed apples

1.7
Cherries, frozen

1.7
Applesauce, stewed apples, with sugar

Vitamin C (mg)
Fruits Lowest in Vitamin C (100 g)

1.9
Fruit cocktail, cooked or canned, in light syrup

1.9
Fruit cocktail, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup

1.9
Fruit cocktail, cooked or canned, drained solids

2.0
Cranberries, NS as to raw, cooked, or canned

2.0
Fig, raw

2.0
Cranberries, cooked or canned

2.1
Fruit cocktail, cooked or canned, unsweetened, water pack

2.1
Cherries, sour, red, cooked, unsweetened

2.2
Soursop (Guanabana) nectar

2.2
Cherries, sweet, cooked, unsweetened, water pack

2.3
Rhubarb, cooked or canned, drained solids

2.3
Raisins

2.4
Peach, cooked or canned, in light or medium syrup

2.5
Blueberries, frozen, NS as to sweetened or unsweetened

2.5
Blueberries, frozen, unsweetened

2.5
Fruit, dried (assume uncooked)

2.5
Fruit dessert, baby food, strained

2.5
Cherries, sweet, cooked or canned, juice pack

2.6
Prune, dried, cooked, with sugar

2.7
Apricot, cooked or canned, in light syrup

2.7
Fruit cocktail, cooked or canned, juice pack

2.7
Plum, cooked or canned, unsweetened, water pack

2.7
Nectarine, cooked

2.8
Fruit dessert, baby food

2.8
Blackberries, cooked or canned

2.8
Peach, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup

2.8
Blackberries, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup

2.8
Plum, cooked or canned, juice pack

2.8
Peach, cooked or canned, drained solids

Vitamin C (mg)
Fruits Lowest in Vitamin C (100 g)

2.8
Cherry pie filling, low calorie

2.8
Peach, cooked or canned

2.9
Prune, dried, cooked

2.9
Prune, dried, cooked, unsweetened

2.9
Peach, cooked or canned, unsweetened, water pack

3.0
Apple, fried

3.0
Papaya nectar

3.0
Fruit dessert, baby food, junior

3.0
Apple-raspberry juice

3.0
Banana nectar

3.0
Apple, pickled

3.0
Papaya juice

3.1
Blackberries, frozen

3.1
Apricot, cooked or canned, drained solids

3.1
Boysenberries, frozen

3.1
Apricot, cooked or canned

3.1
Apricot, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup

3.2
Apple rings, fried

3.2
Blueberries, cooked or canned, unsweetened, water pack

3.3
Rhubarb, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup

3.3
Rhubarb, frozen, with sugar

3.3
Rhubarb, cooked or canned

3.3
Rhubarb, frozen

3.4
Peach, dried, cooked, with sugar

3.4
Apricot, cooked or canned, unsweetened, water pack

3.5
Apple, baked, with sugar

3.5
Apple salad with dressing

3.5
Tamarind, raw

3.5
Apple, baked, NS as to added sweetener

3.6
Apple, candied

3.6
Cherries, sweet, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup

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