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how much water in fruits an vegetable

Fruits and vegetables contain varying amounts of water. Juicy fruits, such as citrus fruits are about 87% water by weight, or provide about ½ cup in a medium sized fruit. Dried fruits, like raisins may only be 15% water by weight. You can find information for individual fruits and vegetables at the USDA database here.

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The Expert: Wendy Reinhardt Kapsak, MS, RDN, is the President and CEO of the Produce for Better Health (PBH) Foundation. At PBH, she guides the Foundation’s efforts to advance the overall effort of increasing fruit and vegetable consumption.
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