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Food Gallery - FRUIT GROUP

Any fruit or 100% fruit juice counts as part of the Fruit Group. Fruits may be fresh, canned, frozen, or dried, and may be whole, cut-up, or pureed. In general, 1 cup of fruit or 100% fruit juice, or ½ cup of dried fruit can be considered as 1 cup from the Fruit Group.

Learn more about the Fruit Group.

image of an apple1 small apple (2¼" diameter) counts as 1 cup-equivalent in the Fruit Group

image of a banana1 large banana (8-9" long) counts as 1 cup-equivalent in the Fruit Group

image of a bowl of fruit cocktail

½ cup of fruit cocktail counts as ½ cup-equivalent in the Fruit Group

image of a grapefruit cut in half

½ medium grapefruit (4" diameter) counts as ½ cup-equivalent in the Fruit Group

image of a bunch of grapes

1 medium bunch of grapes (about 50 grapes) counts as 1½ cup-equivalents in the Fruit Group

image of a cut mango

1 medium mango counts as 1 cup-equivalent in the Fruit Group

image of an orange and a piece of a cut orange

1 small orange (approx. 2½" diameter) counts as ½ cup-equivalent in the Fruit Group

image of a glass of orange juice

½ cup of 100% orange juice (4 fluid ounces) counts as ½ cup-equivalent in the Fruit Group

image of a cut peach

½ large peach (2¾" diameter) counts as ½ cup-equivalent in the Fruit Group

image of two plums

2 large plums (2½" diameter each) count as 1 cup-equivalent in the Fruit Group

image of pile of raisins

¼ cup of raisins counts as ½ cup-equivalent in the Fruit Group

image of a pile of strawberries

½ cup of strawberries counts as ½ cup-equivalent in the Fruit Group