Question of the Day: Do Bell Peppers Have Vitamin K?
Quick Answer: Yes, bell peppers have some vitamin K content, but the amounts are negligible.
The amount of vitamin K in a bell pepper will vary depending on its variety and maturity. The riper the fruit, the more vitamin K it will have. Regardless of the peppers’ age, the vitamin K content is considered low and measured in micrograms or millionths of a gram.