Dried Fruit Prices

Dried Fruit's Sugar Content

As we explore dried fruit's fantastic taste and sustainability, we must also be aware of the sugar content of dried fruit. Eating dried fruit differs from fresh fruit because sugar is released differently, affecting caloric intake goals.

Dried Fruit Fruit Volume Sugar Volume Data Source
Dried Cherries 1 cup 108 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dried Blueberries 1 cup 108 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dried Peach 1 cup 67 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dried Prune 1 cup 61 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dried Apple 1 cup 52 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dried Apricot 1 cup 85 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dried Cranberries 1 cup 116 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dried Currants 1 cup 100 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dried Fig 1 cup 77 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dried Mango 1 cup 106 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dried Papaya 1 cup 108 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dried Pear 1 cup 100 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dried Persimmon 1 cup 128 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dried Pineapple 1 cup 117 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dried Tamarind 1 cup 72 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Banana Chips 1 cup 25 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Dates 1 cup 101 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture
Raisins 1 cup 104 gram U.S. Department Of Agriculture