Fructose in Fruits, Veggies, Nuts, Seeds, Legumes & Grains

The average person eats an estimate of 70 grams of fructose per day which is triple the recommended daily limit. Most of it comes from “hidden” sources of fructose such as processed foods and soft drinks. But even if you remove these processed foods from your diet, you can still easily go over the recommended daily limit by consuming the fructose in fruits, vegetables and other healthy foods. We have put together detailed tables and graphics to help you select foods based on their fructose content. These tables were made using information provided by the USDA through their National Nutrient Database.

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