Vitamins in Fruit
The favorite choice for the term "Fruit" is 1 medium Apple which has about 6 mg of Vitamin C. The amount of Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Calcium and Iron for a variety of types and serving sizes of Fruit is shown below.
Popular Types of Fruit

Fruit with Seeds (1 medium piece)
Iron Calcium Vitamin A Vitamin C Vitamin D
Apples 0.17 8 4 6.3 -
Grapes 0.01 - - 0.1 -
Pears 0.28 15 2 7.0 -
Citrus Fruit (1 medium piece)
Iron Calcium Vitamin A Vitamin C Vitamin D
Grapefruit 0.23 31 118 88.1 -
Lemons 0.35 15 1 30.7 -
Limes 0.40 22 1 19.5 -
Oranges 0.13 52 14 69.7 -
Tangerines 0.13 31 29 22.4 -
Stone Fruit (1 medium piece)
Iron Calcium Vitamin A Vitamin C Vitamin D
Apricots 0.14 5 34 3.5 -
Cherries 0.02 1 - 0.5 -
Nectarines 0.38 8 23 7.3 -
Peaches 0.25 6 16 6.5 -
Plums 0.11 4 11 6.3 -
Tropical Fruit (1 medium piece)
Iron Calcium Vitamin A Vitamin C Vitamin D
Bananas 0.31 6 4 10.3 -
Chinese Gooseberries (Kiwi) 0.24 26 3 70.5 -
Coconut 1.09 6 - 1.5 -
Guavas 0.14 10 17 125.6 -
Litchis 0.03 - - 6.9 -
Mangos 0.27 21 79 57.3 -
Papayas 0.30 73 167 187.9 -
Pineapples 0.24 11 3 30.4 -
Berries (1 cup serving)
Iron Calcium Vitamin A Vitamin C Vitamin D
Blackberries 0.89 42 16 30.2 -
Blueberries 0.41 9 4 14.1 -
Cranberries 0.28 9 3 14.6 -
Raspberries 0.85 31 2 32.2 -
Strawberries 0.64 24 2 89.4 -
Melon (1 wedge serving)
Iron Calcium Vitamin A Vitamin C Vitamin D
Cantaloupe Melon 0.14 6 117 25.3 -
Honeydew Melon 0.21 8 4 22.5 -
Watermelon 0.69 20 80 23.2 -

Other Common Suggestions

Iron Calcium Vitamin A Vitamin C Vitamin D
Fruit or Fruit Juice Smoothie 4.28 88 13 189.0 -
Fruit and Dairy Smoothie 2.79 642 182 190.2 -
Dried Fruit Mixture 2.07 54 76 2.9 -
Fruit Salad in Light Syrup 0.73 18 53 6.3 -
Fruit Cocktail in Light Syrup 0.70 15 24 4.6 -


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