Fruit List of all Types and Nutrition Information

List of Fruits with Nutrition Facts

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List of Fruits with Nutrition Facts



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List of Fruits and Juices

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Fruit is typically defined as the fleshy portion of a tree or plant produced from the ovary after flowering. The fruit provides structure to hold the seeds. When we see the beautiful cherry tree blossom, we know that bright red fruit will soon be found.

Nutrition facts for the Abiyuch tree fruit grown in the tropics and Africa.

Nutrition facts for Acerola fruit and Acerola juice, a fruit known for its health properties.

Nutrition facts for with skin, apple without skin, apple red delicious, apple golden delicious, apple granny smith, apple gala, apple fuji, canned apple, dehydrated apple, dried apple, frozen, apple juice canned or bottled, apple juice frozen concentrate, and applesauce.

Nutrition facts for raw apricot, canned water-pack apricot, canned-juice pack apricot, canned extra light syrup pack apricot, canned light syrup pack apricot, canned heavy syrup pack apricot, c canned-extra-heavy syrup pack apricot, dehydrated apricot, dried apricot, frozen apricot,

Nutrition facts for raw avocado all types, california avocado, and florida avocados.

Nutrition facts and nutritional information for raw bananas and dehydrated bananas.

Nutrition facts for raw blackberry, canned blackberry, and frozen blackberries, and blackberry juice.

Nutrition facts for raw blueberry, canned blueberries, wild blueberries, frozen blueberries, and dried blueberries.

Nutrition facts and nutritional information for canned boysenberry and frozen boysenberries.

Nutrition facts for raw breadfruit, the odd-looking fruit that provides plenty of vitamin C and potassium.

Nutrition facts for tart cherries, sour red cherries, sour canned cherries, sweet raw cherries, sweet-canned cherries, and sweet frozen cherries.

Nutrition facts for starfruit Carambola, starfruit grows best in south-east asia, source of vitamin C.

Nutrition facts for natal-plum, the short, thorny carissa tree provides—a unique, purple fruit.

Nutrition facts for raw cherimoya, (chirimoya chirimuya) grows in the mountains of South America.

Nutrition facts for clementine, which is a cross between an orange and a mandarine often seedless.

Nutrition facts for crabapples, the bitter cousins of apples and delicious in many recipes.

Nutrition facts for raw and dried cranberries, cranberry sauce, cranberry orange-relish, and cranberry juice.

Nutrition facts for european-black currant, red-and-white currant, and zante currants.

Nutrition facts for (bullocks-heart) custard apples, another type Cherimoya, sweetsop or sugar apple.

Nutrition facts for deglet noor noor date, medjool dates, the sweet fruits of the date-palm tree—ready to eat and easily preseved.

Nutrition facts for raw durian or frozen durian, odorous fruit from Southeast Asia called "the king of fruits" due to size.

Nutrition facts for raw elderberry, considered medicinal and elderberries are the dark fruit of the elder tree.

Nutrition facts for canned fig, dried fig, a staple in the Middle east and enjoyed as a treat throughout the world.

Nutrition facts for (peach-pineapple-pear-grape-cherry) fruit-cocktail and canned fruit-cocktail blends.

Nutrition facts for (peach-pea-apricot-pineapple-cherry) fruit-salad, (pineapple and papaya and banana and guava) fruit-salad.

Nutrition facts for raw feijoa, fruit of a small tree from the mountains of South America and New Zealand.

Nutrition facts for canned gooseberries, a translucent berry from a stout shrub often growing in wild places.

Nutrition facts for pink and red and white grapefruit, white california grapefruit, white florid grapefruit, grapefruit sections, and grapefruit juice.

Nutrition facts for muscadine grapes, american-type grapes, red-or-green (european type grapes, canned grapes, and grape juice.

Nutrition facts for ground cherries also known as cape-gooseberries or poha the groundcherry.

Nutrition facts for canned guanabana-nectar, the juice of the guyabano or soursop fruit.

Nutrition facts for common guava, guava nectar, strawberry guava, and guava sauce.

Nutrition facts for raw jackfruit, canned jackfruit, grown in tropical plains is a popular fruit in South Asia.

Nutrition facts for (jambolan) java-plum, the common dark plum popularized by the little Jack Horner tale.

Nutrition facts for raw jujube, dried jujube, fruit from the thorny Jujube shrub often used to flavor candy.

Nutrition facts for green kiwifruit, gold kiwifruit, Chinese gooseberry, kiwifruit common in China, considered medicinal.

Nutrition facts for raw kumquat, a citrus fruit from small trees or shrubs.

Nutrition facts for juice lemon, lemon peel, a cleansing fruit and juice known for its tartness and acidic taste.

Nutrition facts for raw lime, a tart, green citrus fruit popularly used for juice.

Nutrition facts for raw litchi, dried litchi or lychee tree from China and Southeast Asia with health benefits.

Nutrition facts for frozen loganberry, a hybrid of raspberry and blackberry. Appears like a blackberry.

Nutrition facts for raw longan, dried longan, the dragon eye, named because of its appearance.

Nutrition facts for raw loquat, an oval or pear-shaped, succulent fruit that grows in clusters.

Nutrition facts for apple-mamey mammy, mammy-Apple. mamee, mammy, southern apricot, yellow mamey, and sapote mamey.

Nutrition facts for raw mango, nectar mango, a very popular fruit in tropical countries—a superfood.

Nutrition facts and nutritional information for canned mangosteen.

Nutrition facts for cantaloupe melon, casaba melon,s honeydew melons, and melon balls.

Nutrition facts and nutritional information for raw mulberries sometimes called white mulberry because of blossoms. Similar to blackberries.

Nutrition facts for canned nance and frozen nance, a tropical fruit from Central or South America.

Nutrition facts for pulp naranjilla lulo, a citrus-type fruit from humid, South American mountains.

Nutrition facts for raw nectarine, which have a texture and taste like peaches without the fuzzy skin.

Nutrition facts for oheloberry; ohelo berry, a Hawaiian fruit similar to a cranberry.

Nutrition facts for ripe olive, pickled olive, a popular green or purple berry-type, Mediterranean fruit.

Nutrition facts for raw, orange juice-raw , orange juice-canned, orange juice-chilled, orange juice-frozen-concentrate, and orange peel.

Nutrition facts for (mandarin oranges) tangerines and tangerine juice, a Mandarin orange hybrid but smaller than a regular orange.

Nutrition facts for raw papayas, canned papayas, and papaya nectar, sweet fruit with smooth texture ususally pear-shaped.

Nutrition facts for granadilla-purple passion-fruit, juice passion-fruit, a tropical fruit with a tough, outer shell and sweet inner fruit.

Nutrition facts for raw peaches, canned-water pack peaches, canned-juice pack peaches, canned-extra-light syrup peaches, spiced peaches, dehydrated (low-moisture) peaches, dried peaches, frozen peaches, and peach nectar.

Nutrition facts for raw pear, canned pears, canned juice-packed pears, canned-extra-light pear, canned-light-syrup pear, canned-heavy-syrup pear, extra-heavy syrup packed pears, dried pears, asian pears, and pear nectar.

Nutrition facts for japanese persimmons and native persimmons, Asian, Japanese or native.

Nutrition facts for raw pineapple, canned pineapples packed in juice or syrup, canned pineapple juice, canned-extra-heavy syrup pack pineapple, frozen pineapples, and pineapple juice.

Nutrition facts for (surinam-cherry) pitanga, Brazilian cherry, grows along the South American coast.

Nutrition facts for raw plantain, cooked plantain, green plantain, and yellow plantain.

Nutrition facts for raw plums, canned purple water-packed and juice=packed plums, and dried-(prunes) plums.

Nutrition facts for raw pomegranate and pomegranate juice. The berry seeds in a tough outer shell. A popular juice.

Nutrition facts for raw prickly-pear, prickly pears or Opuntia is an edible memebr of the cactus family.

Nutrition facts for canned prunes, dehydrated (low-moisture) prunes, and prune juice.

Nutrition facts for raw pummelos. The largest, most basic citrus fruit from which others have been hybrid.

Nutrition facts for Quince, a bright, or yellow fruit similar in texture to a pear.

Nutrition facts for golden raisin, seedless raisin, and seeded raisins.

Nutrition facts for canned rambutan, a spiked, red fruit from the rambutan tree.

Nutrition facts for raw raspberry, canned raspberry, and frozen raspberries.

Nutrition facts for raw rhubarb, frozen rhubarb, and wild rhubarbs.

Nutrition facts for roselle, rose-apple, sugar-apple, sapodilla, soursop, and rowal tropical fruit.

Nutrition facts for raw strawberry, canned strawberries, and frozen strawberries.

Nutrition facts for raw tamarind and tamarind nectar. A fruit pod from the tamarind tree meaning indian date.

Nutrition facts for raw, red, satisfyingly delicious watermelon.


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Commonly, people consider this edible substance to be fruit if it is juicy and sweet. Otherwise, it is considered to be vegetable. Our list of fruits and their associated food facts are derived from the United States Department of Agriculture which generally adheres to this common definition.

Our favorite food categories are fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts and seeds. The actual nutritive value of the natural foods depends on many variable factors. Soil condition which, admittedly, has been deteriorating over many generations, is a primary factor. Nevertheless, whole fruits and vegetables still provide the most natural, balanced source of life sustaining nutrition. Read our related topics on this site: FoodFactForm.com .