Fructose in fruitPawel Malczewski
Fructose in fruit exists in a free form and as a part of sucrose in the ratio of 50% glucose: 50% fructose. The list below shows total fructose contents in fruit which includes the fructose proportion in sucrose.
Total Fructose = Free Fructose + 50% of Sucrose (read more..)
Showing fructose separately has no use since the time for monosaccharides to hit the bloodstream after consumption is practically the same whether combined in sucrose or in free form.
The following is the list of fruit ordered from high to low fructose contents. It shows each fruit total fructose content, per 100g and per common household measures.