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Water Content Table

Many fruits and vegetables are super juicy while grains and nuts are typically more dry. Check and compare items with this table. Data comes mostly from the USDA FoodData Central.

Item Name Classification Percentage Water
Radish Vegetable 95.3%
Cucumber Vegetable 95.2%
Lettuce Vegetable 95%
Zucchini Vegetable 94.8%
Tomato Vegetable 94.5%
Rhubarb Vegetable 93.6%
Eggplant Vegetable 92.3%
Turnip Vegetable 91.9%
Jalapeño Vegetable 91.7%
Pumpkin Vegetable 91.6%
Watermelon Fruit 91.4%
Star Fruit Fruit 91.4%
Strawberry Berry 91%
Squash Vegetable 90%
Onion Vegetable 89.1%
Lemon Fruit 89%
Peach Fruit 88.9%
Lime Fruit 88.3%
Carrot Vegetable 88.3%
Salmonberry Berry 88.2%
Blackberry Berry 88.2%
Grapefruit Fruit 88.1%
Beet Vegetable 87.6%
Plum Fruit 87.2%
Pineapple Fruit 87.2%
Orange Fruit 87.1%
Cloudberry Berry 87%
Raspberry Berry 85.8%
Apple Fruit 85.6%
Blueberry Berry 84.2%
Pear Fruit 84%
Kiwi Fruit 83.9%
Mango Fruit 83.5%
Potato Vegetable 83.3%
Ber Fruit 82.3%
Grape Fruit 81.3%
Fig Fruit 79.1%
Sweet Potato Vegetable 77.3%
Sweet Corn Vegetable 76%
Banana Fruit 74.9%
Jackfruit Fruit & Vegetable 73.5%
Avocado Vegetable 73.2%
Passion Fruit Fruit 72.9%
Yam Vegetable 69.6%
Durian Fruit 65%
Plantain Vegetable 61.1%
Olive Vegetable 60%
Cassava Vegetable 59.7%
Chestnut Nut 50%
Coconut Fruit 47%
Acorn Nut 27.9%
Dent Corn Grain 15.5%
Wheat Grain 12%
Peanut Nut 6.5%
Hazelnut Nut 5.3%
Cashew Nut 5.2%
Almond Nut 4.4%