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to levels of sodium in the foods we eat:

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FRUITS AND SODIUM


The following are average sodium counts of various fruits. The sodium milligrams are based on 1 medium sized fresh fruit or 1/2 cup of fruits like berries, raisins or chopped or sliced fruit.
  • Apples, all varieties 1 mg
  • Apricots, fresh and dried 1 mg
  • Avocados 21 mg
  • Banana 1 mg
  • Blackberries, wild and domestic 1 mg
  • Cantaloupe, 1/2 of a 5" melon 23 mg
  • Cherries, Fresh 3 mg
  • Dates 0 mg
  • Grapes 1 mg
  • Gooseberries 1 mg
  • Honeydew, cubed 1/2 cup melon 9 mg
  • Lemons 3 mg
  • Loganberries 1 mg
  • Mandarins, Satsuma, 1 mg
  • Mulberries 7 mg
  • Orange 0 mg
  • Papaya, 1/2 cup 2 mg
  • Peaches 1 mg
  • Pears 1 mg
  • Persimmons, 1 medium 3 mg
  • Pineapple, Fresh 3 ounces 1 mg
  • Plums pitted, 1/2 cup 1 mg
  • Prunes, Dried, Pitted 4 mg
  • Raisins, black and golden, seedless 10 mg
  • Raspberries trace
  • Strawberries 1 mg
  • Tangerine 1 mg
  • Watermelon, diced, 1/2 cup 2 mg
  • Wild berries, all varieties 1 mg