Canned Fruit Calories

Calories Canned Fruit

Preserved fruit that has been sealed in a can or airtight jar often has a higher amount of sugar and thus more calories as compared to fresh fruit. However, it is possible for canned fruit to have the same calories and nutritional information as its newly harvested counterpart. When picked and preserved during the peak period, canned fruit may even retain a higher percentage of nutrients. All fruits are mostly made of carbohydrates, although calories in canned fruit can also come from fats and small amounts of protein. Fruits are all said to have good nutritional value since they contain a lot of vitamins and minerals per serving, including potassium, phosphorous, and vitamins A and C. Most varieties of fruits that are canned have a naturally high amount of sugar. For example, peaches, pears, and papaya each contain over 40 grams of sugar per 100 grams. If excess sugar has been added during the fruit canning process, that is typically evident by a high number of calories as indicated in the nutrition facts. The calorie chart below can be used as a guideline, but exact amounts for each brand will differ depending on the amount of syrup used, if any.

FoodServingServingServingCaloriesKilojoule
Applesauce100g1 cup (114 g)1 oz. (28 g)62 cal260 kJ
Canned Apricots100g1 cup (246 g)1 oz. (28 g)48 cal202 kJ
Canned Blackberries100g1 cup (256 g)1 oz. (28 g)92 cal386 kJ
Canned Blueberries100g1 cup (256 g)1 oz. (28 g)88 cal370 kJ
Canned Cherries100g1 cup (250 g)1 oz. (28 g)54 cal227 kJ
Canned Cranberries100g1 cup (275 g)1 oz. (28 g)178 cal748 kJ
Canned Crushed Pineapple100g1 cup (225 g)1 oz. (28 g)53 cal223 kJ
Canned Figs100g1 cup (261 g)1 oz. (28 g)107 cal449 kJ
Canned Fruit Cocktail100g1 cup (246 g)1 oz. (28 g)81 cal340 kJ
Canned Fruit Salad100g1 cup (259 g)1 oz. (28 g)50 cal210 kJ
Canned Gooseberries100g1 cup (252 g)1 oz. (28 g)73 cal307 kJ
Canned Grapefruit100g1 cup (249 g)1 oz. (28 g)37 cal155 kJ
Canned Grapes100g1 cup (256 g)1 oz. (28 g)76 cal319 kJ
Canned Mandarin Oranges100g1 container (113 g)1 oz. (28 g)71 cal298 kJ
Canned Mango100g1 cup (165 g)1 oz. (28 g)65 cal273 kJ
Canned Mangosteen100g1 cup (216 g)1 oz. (28 g)73 cal307 kJ
Canned Mixed Fruit100g1 can (113 g)1 oz. (28 g)71 cal298 kJ
Canned Morello Cherries100g1 cup (270 g)1 oz. (28 g)81 cal340 kJ
Canned Oranges100g1 can (113 g)1 oz. (28 g)62 cal260 kJ
Canned Peaches100g1/2 peach (98 g)1 oz. (28 g)54 cal227 kJ
Canned Pears100g1 cup (284 g)1 oz. (28 g)35 cal147 kJ
Canned Pineapple100g1 cup (232 g)1 oz. (28 g)60 cal252 kJ
Canned Plums100g1 plum (46 g)1 oz. (28 g)58 cal244 kJ
Canned Raspberries100g1 cup (256 g)1 oz. (28 g)91 cal382 kJ
Canned Sliced Pineapple100g1 cup (225 g)1 oz. (28 g)53 cal223 kJ
Canned Sour Cherries100g1 cup (261 g)1 oz. (28 g)114 cal479 kJ
Canned Strawberries100g1 cup (254 g)1 oz. (28 g)92 cal386 kJ
Canned Tangerines100g1 cup (252 g)1 oz. (28 g)61 cal256 kJ
Dried Fruit100g2 oz. (56 g)1 oz. (28 g)243 cal1021 kJ
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