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134 Fruits Highest in Sodium

Ranked by a Common Serving Size
2400mg Sodium = 100% DV
  1. Green Olives
    233.4mg (10% DV) in 5 olives
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  2. Dried Sweetened Mango
    162mg (7% DV) in 100 grams
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  3. Jumbo Olives
    110.3mg (5% DV) in 1 super colossal
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  4. Strawberry Guavas
    90.3mg (4% DV) in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  5. Olives
    88.2mg (4% DV) in 3 olives
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  6. Goji Berries Dried
    83.4mg (3% DV) in 5 tbsp
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  7. Passion Fruit (Granadilla)
    66.1mg (3% DV) in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  8. Melon Balls
    53.6mg (2% DV) in 1 cup, unthawed
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  9. Tamarinds
    33.6mg (1% DV) in 1 cup, pulp
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  10. Mammy Apple
    31.8mg (1% DV) in 1/4 fruit
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  11. Soursop
    31.5mg (1% DV) in 1 cup, pulp
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  12. Honeydew Melon
    30.6mg (1% DV) in 1 cup, diced (approx 20 pieces per cup)
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  13. Sapodilla
    28.9mg (1% DV) in 1 cup, pulp
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  14. Cantaloupe Melons
    28.3mg (1% DV) in 1 cup, balls
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  15. Grape Juice
    25.3mg (1% DV) in 16 oz glass
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  16. Dried Apples
    24.7mg (1% DV) in 1 oz (5 rings)
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  17. Abiyuch
    22.8mg (1% DV) in 1/2 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  18. Sugar Apples
    22.5mg (1% DV) in 1 cup, pulp
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  19. Apple Juice
    19.8mg (1% DV) in 16 oz glass
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  20. Java Plum
    18.9mg (1% DV) in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  21. California Avocados
    18.4mg (1% DV) in 1 cup, pureed
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  22. Casaba Melon
    15.3mg (1% DV) in 1 cup, cubes
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  23. Purple Passion Fruit Juice
    14.8mg (1% DV) in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  24. Yellow Passion Fruit Juice
    14.8mg (1% DV) in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  25. Avocados
    14.1mg (1% DV) in 1 avocado, ns as to florida or california
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  26. Mulberries
    14mg (1% DV) in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  27. Pears Canned In Syrup
    13.3mg (1% DV) in 1 cup, halves
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  28. Grape Juice (With Added Vitamin C)
    12.7mg (1% DV) in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  29. Mamey Sapote
    12.3mg (1% DV) in 1 cup 1 inch pieces
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  30. Zante Currants
    12.2mg (1% DV) in 1 oz handful
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  31. Papaya
    11.6mg in 1 cup 1 inch pieces
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  32. Cherimoya
    11.2mg in 1 cup, pieces
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  33. Shredded Coconut Meat (Sweetened)
    10.2mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  34. Fried Yellow Plantains
    10.1mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  35. Canned Orange Juice
    10mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  36. Rowal
    9.1mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  37. Elderberries
    8.7mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  38. Feijoa
    7.3mg in 1 cup, pureed
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  39. Acerola Cherries (West Indian Cherry)
    6.9mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  40. Golden Seedless Raisins
    6.8mg in 1 oz handful
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  41. Raisins
    6.8mg in 50 raisins
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  42. Plantains
    5.9mg in 1 cup, sliced
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  43. Frozen Raspberries
    5.6mg in 1 cup, unthawed
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  44. Kiwifruit
    5.4mg in 1 cup, sliced
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  45. Prickly Pears
    5.2mg in 1 fruit without refuse
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  46. Pitanga
    5.2mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  47. Pomegranates
    5.2mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  48. Orange Juice From Concentrate
    5mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  49. Orange Juice With Added Calcium And Vitamin D
    5mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  50. Orange Juice With Added Calcium
    5mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  51. Dried Jujube
    5mg in 100 grams
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  52. Durian
    4.9mg in 1 cup, chopped or diced
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  53. Rhubarb
    4.9mg in 1 cup, diced
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  54. Lime Juice
    4.8mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  55. Grapefruit Juice
    4.8mg in 8 fl oz
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  56. Sour Red Cherries
    4.7mg in 1 cup, without pits
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  57. Florida Avocados
    4.6mg in 1 cup, pureed
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  58. Carissa
    4.5mg in 1 cup slices
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  59. Breadfruit
    4.4mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  60. Frozen Strawberries
    4.4mg in 1 cup, thawed
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  61. Lemons
    4.2mg in 1 cup, sections
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  62. Wild Blueberries (Frozen)
    4.2mg in 1 cup, frozen
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  63. Custard-Apple
    4mg in 100 grams
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  64. Tangerines
    3.9mg in 1 cup, sections
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  65. Quinces
    3.7mg in 1 fruit without refuse
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  66. Low-Moisture Dried Apricots
    3.6mg in 1oz
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  67. Golden Delicious Apples
    3.4mg in 1 medium
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  68. Roselle
    3.4mg in 1 cup, without refuse
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  69. Jackfruit
    3.3mg in 1 cup, sliced
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  70. Guavas
    3.3mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  71. Red Or Green Grapes (European)
    3mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  72. Jujube
    3mg in 100 grams
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  73. Dried Peaches (Low-Moisture)
    2.9mg in 1/4 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  74. Dried Apricots
    2.8mg in 1 oz handful
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  75. Pink Grapefruit Juice
    2.5mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  76. Orange Juice
    2.5mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  77. Tangerine Juice
    2.5mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  78. White Grapefruit Juice
    2.5mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  79. Dried Figs
    2.4mg in 3 figs
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  80. California Grapefruit
    2.3mg in 1 cup sections, with juice
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  81. European Black Currants
    2.2mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  82. Starfruit (Carambola)
    2.2mg in 1 cup, sliced
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  83. Cranberries
    2.2mg in 1 cup, chopped
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  84. Red Delicious Apples
    2.1mg in 1 medium
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  85. Dried Cranberries (Sweetened)
    2mg in 1/4 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  86. Dried Peaches
    2mg in 1 oz (about 2 halves)
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  87. Pummelo
    1.9mg in 1 cup, sections
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  88. Fuji Apples
    1.9mg in 1 medium
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  89. Litchis
    1.9mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  90. Kumquats
    1.9mg in 1 fruit without refuse
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  91. Grapes
    1.8mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  92. Pineapple (Traditional)
    1.7mg in 1 cup, chunks
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  93. Granny Smith Apples
    1.7mg in 1 medium
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  94. Gala Apples
    1.7mg in 1 medium
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  95. Strawberries
    1.7mg in 1 cup, sliced
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  96. Dried Pears
    1.7mg in 1 oz (2 halves)
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  97. Pineapple
    1.7mg in 1 cup, chunks
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  98. Mangos
    1.7mg in 1 cup pieces
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  99. Navel Oranges
    1.7mg in 1 cup sections, without membranes
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  100. Fuyu Persimmon
    1.7mg in 1 fruit (2-1/2 inch dia)
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  101. Blueberries (Frozen)
    1.6mg in 1 cup, unthawed
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  102. Apricots
    1.6mg in 1 cup, halves
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  103. Sour Red Cherries (Frozen)
    1.6mg in 1 cup, unthawed
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  104. Watermelon
    1.5mg in 1 cup, balls
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  105. Bananas
    1.5mg in 1 cup, sliced
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  106. Loganberries (Frozen)
    1.5mg in 1 cup, unthawed
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  107. Loquats
    1.5mg in 1 cup, cubed
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  108. Blueberries
    1.5mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  109. Gooseberries
    1.5mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  110. Bartlett Pears
    1.4mg in 1 cup, sliced
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  111. Bosc Pear
    1.4mg in 1 cup, sliced
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  112. Green Anjou Pear
    1.4mg in 1 cup, sliced
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  113. Blackberries
    1.4mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  114. Pears
    1.4mg in 1 cup, slices
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  115. Oheloberries
    1.4mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  116. Prunes (Low-Moisture)
    1.4mg in 1oz
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  117. Red Anjou Pears
    1.3mg in 1 small
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  118. Apples
    1.3mg in 1 cup, quartered or chopped
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  119. Boysenberries (Frozen)
    1.3mg in 1 cup, unthawed
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  120. Limes
    1.3mg in 1 fruit (2 inch dia)
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  121. Raspberries
    1.2mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  122. Dried Blueberries (Sweetened)
    1.2mg in 1/4 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  123. Red And White Currants
    1.1mg in 1 cup
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  124. Crabapples
    1.1mg in 1 cup slices
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  125. Dried Bananas
    0.9mg in 1 oz
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  126. Dried Longans
    0.8mg in 1 fruit
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  127. Clementines
    0.7mg in 1 fruit
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  128. Figs
    0.6mg in 1 large (2-1/2 inch dia)
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  129. Prunes (Dried Plums)
    0.6mg in 3 prunes
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  130. Muscadine Grapes
    0.6mg in 10 grapes
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  131. Dates (Deglet Noor)
    0.4mg in 3 dates
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  132. Maraschino Cherries (Canned)
    0.2mg in 1 cherry (nlea serving)
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  133. Medjool Dates
    0.2mg in 1 date, pitted
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
  134. Dried Litchis
    0.1mg in 1 fruit
    Database: Standard Release (Common) (Source)
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