Oranges are known as one of the best sources of vitamin C. But citrus fruits are also a source of several other vitamins as well, including A, E and B vitamins
According to Nutrition Data. com, have a 1-cup serving of oranges 160 percent of the recommended daily intake of vitamin C. Vitamin A
Although not among the best foods for vitamin A, containing oranges make a healthy amount of vitamin, about 405 IU, or 8 percent of the recommended daily intake.
Oranges also contain a small amount of vitamin E. A 1-cup serving has 0.3 mg of vitamin E, or about 2 percent of the recommended daily intake.
According to Nutrition Data. com, oranges contain small amounts of other B vitamins, including vitamin B6, riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pantothenic acid (B5) and folic acid (B9).
Oranges contain vitamin B12, vitamin D or vitamin K.
Despite its high vitamin C content, oranges are not the best source of vitamin. Papaya, peppers, Brussels sprouts and broccoli all have a higher percentage of the recommended daily intake of vitamin C per serving than oranges, according whfoods. com.