Growing one's own food has long been a goal of space exploration. It has the potential to reduce the amount of mass needed for long-term missions. Food has been experimentally grown and eaten on the Space Shuttle, International Space Station, and other programs.
One of the problems of long missions during the age of sail was scurvy, a deficiency of vitamin C. To this end, British ships carried limes for the sailors' diets. Have any plants which provide vitamin C (such as citrus fruit or tomatoes) been grown in space?