Glucose is a simple sugar and an important energy source for our body. Most complex sugars and carbohydrates get broken down into glucose, so it is not necessary to consume glucose directly from the sources listed below.
Foods naturally high in glucose include honey, agave, molasses, dried fruit, fruits, and fruit juices. Foods which typically have a lot of added glucose include sauces, salad dressings, energy bars, cereals, cakes and pies, and sugary drinks. Foods with a lot of added sugar and glucose should be avoided.
Below are the top 10 foods highest in glucose, for more, see the extended list of less common foods rich in glucose.
Other fruits juices high in fructose per 2 cups (16oz): Cranberry Cocktail (34g), Orange Juice (34g), Pomegranate Juice (31g), Pineapple Juice (19g), Sweetened Cranberry Juice (19g). Click to see complete nutrition facts.