Citrus

Weight Equivalents: Grapefruit

Grapefruit is a subtropical fruit originating in Barbados. This hybrid is the result of accidental crossing of sweet orange and pomelo.
Grapefruit is high in Vitamin C, may lower cholesterol, and may have antioxidant properties.
Look for unblemished fruit that is firm and almost uniform in color.

How much does a Grapefruit weigh?

Grapefruit, Common (Pink and Red)
1 Fruit 3-3/4″ Dia 246g 8.7oz
Wedge 1/8 of whole fruit 30.8g 1.1oz
Cup, Sections 230g 8.1oz
Grapefruit, Common (White)
1 Fruit 3-3/4″ Dia 236g 8.3oz
Wedge 1/8 of whole fruit 29.5g 1oz
Cup, Sections 230g 8.1oz

Nutritional value per 1 Small Fruit

Amount Per Serving

Calories 64

Calories From Fat (3%) 1.67

Calories From Protein (7%) 4.23

Calories From Carbohydrates (91%) 58.1

Calories From Alcohol (0%) 0

% Daily Value

Total Fat 0.2 <1%

Saturated Fat 0.03 <1%

Monounsaturated Fat 0.03

Polyunsaturated Fat 0.05

Trans Fatty Acids 0

Cholesterol 0 0%

Sodium 0 0%

Potassium 278 8%

Total Carbohydrates 16.16 5%

Fiber 2.2 9%

Sugar 13.96

Sugar Alcohols 0

Net Carbohydrates 13.96

Protein 1.26 3%

Vitamin A 1854 37%

Vitamin C 68.8 115%

Calcium 24 2%

Iron 0.18 1%

Vitamin E 0.26 3%

Vitamin D 0

Thiamin 0.07 5%

Riboflavin 0.04 2%

Niacin 0.5 3%

Vitamin B6 0.08 4%

Folate 20 5%

Vitamin B12 0 0%

Pantothenic Acid 0.57 6%

Vitamin K 0 0%

Phosphorus 16 2%

Magnesium 16 4%

Zinc 0.14 <1%

Copper 0.09 5%

Manganese 0.02 1%

Selenium 0.6 <1%

Alcohol 0

Caffeine 0

Water 181.78 0%

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