Fruits and vegetables overall tend to be rich sources of fiber. However, some fruits with a lower fiber content include cantaloupe (1 gram per ¼ melon), cherries (1 gram per cup), or watermelon (1 gram per 2 cups). Some vegetables that contain lower amounts of fiber compared to other vegetables include tomatoes (1 gram per medium tomato), mushrooms (1 gram per 5 medium mushrooms), or iceberg lettuce (1 gram per 1/6 of medium head). To determine the fiber content of specific fruits and vegetables, please visit our Fruit and Vegetable nutrition database.
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