Fruit or Vegetable?

Sugar Content Table

Fruits and vegetables have wildly varying amount of sugar in them. This is one of the key determiners of whether something is a fruit or not. In addition, avoiding sugar is quite a good goal for health purposes. For these reasons and others, I've prepared the following table. Data comes from the USDA FoodData Central.

Item Name Classification Sugar/100g
Jackfruit Fruit & Vegetable 19.1g
Fig Fruit 16.3g
Grape Fruit 16.2g
Mango Fruit 13.7g
Banana Fruit 12.2g
Passion Fruit Fruit 11.2g
Apple Fruit 10.4g
Blueberry Berry 10g
Plum Fruit 9.9g
Pear Fruit 9.8g
Orange Fruit 9.2g
Kiwi Fruit 9g
Ber Fruit 9g
Peach Fruit 8.4g
Pineapple Fruit 8.3g
Grapefruit Fruit 6.9g
Beet Vegetable 6.8g
Sweet Corn Vegetable 6.3g
Watermelon Fruit 6.2g
Coconut Fruit 6.2g
Cashew Nut 5.9g
Pea Vegetable 5.7g
Pandanus Nut Nut 5g
Strawberry Berry 4.9g
Blackberry Berry 4.9g
Peanut Nut 4.7g
Carrot Vegetable 4.7g
Raspberry Berry 4.4g
Almond Nut 4.4g
Hazelnut Nut 4.3g
Sweet Potato Vegetable 4.2g
Onion Vegetable 4.2g
Jalapeño Vegetable 4.1g
Star Fruit Fruit 4g
Turnip Vegetable 3.8g
Salmonberry Berry 3.7g
Eggplant Vegetable 3.5g
Pumpkin Vegetable 2.8g
Tomato Vegetable 2.6g
Zucchini Vegetable 2.5g
Lemon Fruit 2.5g
Plantain Vegetable 2.3g
Squash Vegetable 2.2g
Radish Vegetable 1.9g
Potato Vegetable 1.8g
Lime Fruit 1.7g
Cucumber Vegetable 1.7g
Cassava Vegetable 1.7g
Broccoli Vegetable 1.7g
Rhubarb Vegetable 1.1g
Lettuce Vegetable 1g
Avocado Vegetable 0.7g
Dent Corn Grain 0.6g
Yam Vegetable 0.5g
Wheat Grain 0.3g
Rice Grain 0.1g
Olive Vegetable 0g
Chestnut Nut 0g
Acorn Nut 0g