17 Fruits High in Calcium

17 Fruits High in Calcium

Calcium is necessary for the growth and maintenance of strong teeth and bones, nerve signaling, muscle contraction, and secretion of certain hormones and enzymes. A deficiency in calcium can lead to numbness in fingers and toes, muscle cramps, convulsions, lethargy, loss of appetite, and abnormal heart rhythm. Finding calcium in fruits and vegetables is a concern for vegans, or those on a raw food diet. The DV (daily value) for calcium is 1000mg. Below is a list of high calcium fruits, for more see the extended list of calcium rich fruits, dried fruits high in calcium, and foods high in calcium.

#1: Rhubarb
Calcium in 100gPer cup, diced (122g)Per stalk (51g)
86mg (9% DV)105mg (10% DV)44mg (4% DV)
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#2: Kumquats
Calcium in 100gPer 2 fruits (38g)Per fruit (19g)
62mg (6% DV)24mg (2% DV)12mg (1% DV)
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#3: Blackcurrants
Calcium in 100gPer cup (112g)Per 1/2 cup (56g)
55mg (6% DV)62mg (6% DV)31mg (3% DV)
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#4: Oranges
Calcium in 100gPer cup, sections (180g)Per orange (131g)
40mg (4% DV)72mg (7% DV)52mg (5% DV)
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#5: Tangerines
Calcium in 100gPer cup, sections (195g)Per tangerine (88g)
37mg (4% DV)72mg (7% DV)33mg (3% DV)
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#6: Figs
Calcium in 100gPer large fig (64g)Per small fig (40g)
35mg (4% DV)22mg (2% DV)14mg (1% DV)
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#7: Kiwi Fruit (Green)
Calcium in 100gPer cup, sliced (180g)Per fruit (69g)
34mg (3% DV)61mg (6% DV)23mg (2% DV)
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#8: Limes
Calcium in 100gPer 2 limes (134g)Per lime (67g)
33mg (3% DV)44mg (4% DV)22mg (2% DV)
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#9: Clementine
Calcium in 100gPer 2 fruits (148g)Per fruit (74g)
30mg (3% DV)44mg (4% DV)22mg (2% DV)
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#10: Blackberries
Calcium in 100gPer cup (144g)Per 1/2 cup (72g)
29mg (3% DV)42mg (4% DV)21mg (2% DV)
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#11: Persimmons
Calcium in 100gPer 2 fruits (50g)Per fruit (25g)
27mg (3% DV)14mg (2% DV)7mg (1% DV)
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#12: Lemons
Calcium in 100gPer cup, sections (212g)Per lemon (84g)
26mg (3% DV)55mg (6% DV)22mg (2% DV)
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#13: Raspberries
Calcium in 100gPer cup (123g)Per 10 fruits (19g)
25mg (3% DV)31mg (3% DV)5mg (0% DV)
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#14: Pink Grapefruit
Calcium in 100gPer cup, sections (230g)Per half (123g)
22mg (2% DV)51mg (5% DV)27mg (3% DV)
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#15: Papaya
Calcium in 100gPer cup, pieces (145g)Per small papaya (157g)
20mg (2% DV)29mg (3% DV)31mg (3% DV)
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#16: Guavas
Calcium in 100gPer cup (165g)Per fruit (55g)
18mg (2% DV)30mg (3% DV)10mg (1% DV)
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#17: Strawberries
Calcium in 100gPer cup, halves (152g)Per large strawberry (18g)
16mg (2% DV)24mg (2% DV)3mg (0% DV)
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