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The Sugar Content in Fruit

High or Low? The Sugar in Your Favorite Fruits

Fresh fruit is a healthy way to satisfy your sweet tooth — either all on its own, as a yogurt topping, or blended to a smoothie or shake. If you're active and healthy, having too much fructose (the sugar from fruit) probably doesn't need to be a big concern of yours. However, if you're at risk for diabetes or trying to cut back on sugar in general, this handy chart will help you out.

Raw Fruit (3 ounces) Total Sugar (grams) Total Calories
Raspberries 3.7 44
Strawberries 4.1 27
Blackberries 4.2 37
Guavas 4.7 43
Papaya 5 34
Watermelon 5.3 25
Grapefruit 5.9 36
Cantaloupe 6.7 29
Nectarines 6.7 37
Peaches 7.1 33
Oranges 8 40
Apricots 7.8 42
Plums 8.4 39
Pears 8.4 49
Pineapple 8.4 42
Blueberries 8.4 49
Apples 8.8 44
Tangerines 9 45
Kiwis 9.2 56
Bananas 10.4 76
Cherries 10.9 54
Pomegranates 11.6 70
Mangoes 12.7 60
Grapes 13.8 57
Figs 13.8 62
Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Anna Monette Roberts
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