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29 Fruits High in Fiber

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29 Fruits High in Fiber

Whole fresh fruits are typically associated with good health and as being high in fiber.

Passion fruit provides the most fiber of all fruits with 24.5 grams (98% DV) per cup. Low in sugar and calories, berries are also a great source of fiber in fruits. The current daily value (%DV) for fiber is 25 grams.

Note: Since dried fruits are high in sugar, they were not included in the main list of 29 fruits. Click here to see a list of all dried fruits high in fiber.

Below is a list of 29 fruits high in fiber, for more, see the complete ranking of over 100 fruits high in fiber and sort by common serving size, 200 calorie servings, or 100 grams servings.

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List of Fruits High in Fiber

1 Passion-Fruit (Granadilla)
Passion Fruit
2 Avocados
Half an avocado
3 Guavas
Half a guava
4 Raspberries
A bunch of raspberries
5 Blackberries
Blackberries on the stem
6 Pomegranate
7 Persimmon
8 Kiwifruit
Slices of kiwifruit
9 Pears
10 Oranges
Slices of orange
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11 Blueberries
12 Tangerines
13 Strawberries
14 Cherries
15 Apricots
Half an apricot
16 Bananas
17 Starfruit (Carambola)
18 Apples
19 Mangos
20 Grapefruit
Sliced Grapefruit
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21 Litchis (Lychees)
22 Papaya
23 Nectarines
24 Peaches
Half a peach
25 Pineapple
26 Plums
27 Cantaloupe
A cantaloupe with a cantaloupe wedge
28 Grapes
29 Watermelon

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Dried Fruits High in Fiber
#1 Dried Figs58% DV (15g) in per cup
#2 Dried Peaches52% DV (13g) in per cup
#3 Prunes (Dried Plums)49% DV (12g) in per cup
#4 Dates (Deglet Noir)47% DV (12g) in per cup
#5 Dried Bananas40% DV (10g) in per cup
#6 Zante Currants39% DV (10g) in per cup
#7 Dried Apricots38% DV (9g) in per cup
#8 Dried Apples30% DV (7g) in per cup
#9 Raisins24% DV (6g) in per cup

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Data Sources and References

  1. USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 28.
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