Green grapes are a delicious and nutritious addition to fruit salads, yogurt, cheese boards, and cold savory dishes like chicken salad. They can even be frozen and used as an ice substitute in drinks. Considering their high resveratrol content, green grapes should also be a part of any weight loss program, but do Green Grapes have quercetin?
Quick Answer: Yes – Green grapes do contain quercetin. Compared to other similar foods, their quercetin content is reasonably high.
Quercetin Content of Green Grapes
The concentration of quercetin in green grapes is 1.12mg/100g, and they are also a rich source of vitamin B6, potassium, manganese, and flavonoids.
Are Green Grapes High in Quercetin?
Compared to other foods, green grapes are high in quercetin.
Let’s take a look at how they compare to 5 similar foods.
- A Golden Delicious Apple provides 0.51mg’100g of quercetin, less than half that offered by green grapes.
- Blackberries have more than three times the quercetin content of green grapes offering 3.58mg/100g.
- Sweet cherries contain just over twice as much quercetin as green grapes with 2.29mg/100g.
- With just 1.04mg/100g of quercetin, red grapes fall slightly behind green grapes.
- Green kiwifruit contains barely any quercetin compared to green grapes with 0.04 mg/100g.
USDA Database for the Flavonoid Content of Selected Foods: https://www.ars.usda.gov/arsuserfiles/80400525/data/flav/flav_r03.pdf
WebMD “Health Benefits of Green Grapes”: https://www.webmd.com/diet/health-benefits-green-grapes#2
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