Which dried fruit have the most FIBRE?


Dried fruit are not well known for being rich in fibre as cereals and legumes are, but to your surprise, they are. Here you have the top dried fruit rich in fibre in order to help you decide which ones you should introduce to your diet.

Thanks to the following table, you can find out the quantity of fibre in dried fruit. The list is ranked from highest to lowest and you can see that almonds and pistachios contain the most fibre per 100 grams.

If you are looking for a dried fruit that isn’t visible in this list, it could be that it has less fibre than the last dried fruit or that it isn’t classified as a dried fruit. We recommend that you use the food calorie calculator, where you can access the nutritional information of all the foods that we have in our food database.

  • Almonds 12.5 g each 100gr. 17.9 g per serving (143 g.)
  • Pistachio nuts 10.6 g each 100gr. 13.0 g per serving (123 g.)
  • Walnuts 9.9 g each 100gr. 14.4 g per serving (145 g.)
  • Hazelnuts 9.7 g each 100gr. 11.2 g per serving (115 g.)
  • Macadamia nuts 8.6 g each 100gr. 11.5 g per serving (134 g.)
  • Sunflower seeds 8.6 g each 100gr. 4.0 g per serving (46 g.)
  • Peanuts 8.5 g each 100gr. 2.4 g per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Cashews each 100gr. per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Chestnut each 100gr. per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Dates each 100gr. per serving ( g.)

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