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Fruits and Vegetables Facts

 

FRUIT AND VEGETABLES BEST SEASON TO BUY STORAGE NUTRITIONAL VALUE CALORIE COUNT
Apples Autumn/Winter Vented produce bags in refrigerator High in Dietary Fiber and Vitamin C 166g Apple
=80 cals
Apricots Summer Unwrapped in crisper of refrigerator High in Dietary Fiber Contains Potassium 55g Apricot
=19 cals
Bananas Autumn/Spring Room temperature Vitamins B6 & C, Potassium, Dietary Fiber 100g Banana
=90 cals
Beets Winter Cut off tops, then refrigerate unwrapped Good source Folate and Dietary Fiber Vitamin C and Potassium 160g Beets
=79 cals
Blueberries Summer Cover in the refrigerator Vitamin C 100g Blueberries
=52 cals
Broccoli Autumn/Winter Produce bag in refrigerator Vitamin C, Folate, B2, B5, E, B6 and Dietary Fiber 100g Broccoli
=31 cals
Brussel Sprouts Autumn/Winter Unwrapped in crisper of refrigerator Vitamin C, B2, B6, E, Folate and Dietary Fiber 100g Brussel Sprouts
=37 cals
Cabbage Winter Wrapped, trimmed in the refrigerator Vitamin C, Folate, Potassium B6 and Dietary Fiber 100g Cabbage
=22 cals
Carrots Winter Uncovered in refrigerator Vitamin A, C, B6 and Dietary Fiber 100g Carrots
=33 cals
Cauliflower Autumn/Winter Remover outer leaves, store in produce bag in refrigerator Vitamin C, B5, B6 Folate Vitamin 5 and Potassium 100g Cauliflower
=24.5 cals
Celery Autumn/Winter Refrigerate in produce bag Vitamin C and Potassium 100g stick
=15 cals
Cucumber Summer Crisper in refrigerator Vitamin C 100g Cucumber
=12 cals
Fennel Autumn to Spring Refrigerate Vitamin C, Dietary Fiber, Folate 100g Fennel
=19 cals
Grapefruit All year round Room temperature Vitamin C, Bioflavornoids, Lycopene, Dietary Fiber 100g Grapefruit
=33 cals
Grapes (Seedless) Summer Produce bag in refrigerator Vitamin C, B6 and Potassium 100g Grapes
=60-83 cals
Kiwi Fruit Winter/Spring Crisper in refrigerator Vitamin C and Potassium 100g Kiwi Fruit
=52 cals
Mangoes Summer Covered in refrigerator Vitamin A, C, B1, B6 and Potassium 207g Mango
=113 cals
Melons including Watermelon Summer/Autumn Crisper in refrigerator Vitamin C, Folate, Dietary Fiber and Vitamin A 200g Melon
=50 cals
Nectarines Summer Crisper in refrigerator Vitamin C, B3, Potassium and Dietary Fiber 151g Nectarines
=66 cals
Oranges Winter/Autumn/Spring Cool, dry place for 1 week, transfer to refrigerator to keep longer Vitamin C 131g Orange
=54 cals
Peaches Summer Ripen at room temperature then refrigerate Vitamin C, Potassium, Dietary Fiber, Beta Carotene 100g Peaches
=42 cals
Pears Autumn/Winter Ripen at room temperature then refrigerate Vitamin C & E Dietary Fiber 161g Pear
=93 cals
Pineapple Spring/Summer Store in a cool place Vitamin C & E Dietary Fiber 100g Pineapple
=43 cals
Spinach All year round Refrigerate Vitamin B6, C, E, Beta carotene, Folate, Magnesium, Potassium, Dietary Fiber 100g Spinach
=15 cals
Sweet Potato All year round Store in cool place Vitamins C, E, Beta Carotene, Dietary Fiber 100g Sweet Potato
=65 cals
Tomatoes Late Winter to early Summer Ripen at room temperature Lycopene, Vitamin C, E, Folate, Dietary Fiber 100g Tomatoes
=15-17 cals

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