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Fruits and Vegetables High in Calcium

Got Produce? Fruits and Veggies That Contain Calcium

Whether you're vegan, lactose intolerant, or just need a nutrient boost, it's good to know that milk isn't the only source of calcium. Aside from nuts, fortified cereals, tofu, and orange juice, fruits and veggies help offer the 1,000 milligrams of calcium you need every day. Check out the list below to see how produce stacks up in the calcium department and for ideas about new ways to get more of this important nutrient into your diet.

Food Calcium (mg)
1 cup apricots, dried 71.5
1 cup beet greens, cooked 164
1 cup fresh blackberries 41.8
1/2 cup black soybeans 80
1 cup broccoli, cooked 62.4
1 bunch broccoli raab, cooked 516
1 cup collard greens, cooked 266
5 dates 77
1/2 cup edamame 48.8
5 figs 67
1/2 cup great northern beans 69.5
1 cup kale, cooked 93.6
1 cup okra, cooked 123.2
1 medium orange 48.4
1 cup spinach, cooked 245
1 cup turnip greens, cooked 197
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