This quiz compares the nutritional value per 100g of each fruit. All the stats used are from the United States Department of Agriculture Nutrient Database.
Also, please don't prioritise one type of fruit over another, it's all good for you.
OrangesKiwi fruitVia Getty Images
Kiwi fruit contains more Vitamin C than oranges!
100g of a peeled orange contains 45mg of Vitamin C, whereas kiwi contains more than double with 93.2mg!
BananasAvocadosVia Getty Images
Avocados contain more potassium!
Per 100g, bananas contain 358mg of potassium, whereas avocados contain 507mg!
MangoDragonfruitVia Getty Images
Dragonfruit has more than twice the sugar content of mango!
100g of mango contains 13.66g of sugar, whereas 100g of dragonfruit contains 82.14g!
LemonsLimesVia Getty Images
Lemons contain more vitamin C!
Per 100g, limes contain 29.1mg of Vitamin C and lemons contain 53mg!
GuavaPitted datesVia Getty Images
Guava contains more protein!
100g of guava contains 2.55g of protein, whereas pitted medjool dates contain slightly less, at 2.17g.
BananaPineappleVia Getty Images
Bananas contain more carbs!
100g of banana contain 22.84g of carbohydrates, whereas pineapples contain 13.12g of carbohydrates per 100g.
RaspberriesBlueberriesVia Getty Images
Raspberries contain more Vitamin C and E!
100g of raspberries contain 26.2mg of Vitamin C and 0.87mg of Vitamin E, whereas blueberries contain 9.7mg and 0.57mg respectively.
BraeburnGranny SmithGalaRed DeliciousVia Getty Images
Red Delicious contains the least sugars, though the differences are negligible.
Per 100g, Braeburn apples contain 10.39 sugars, Gala apples 10.44, Red delicious 10.33, and Granny Smith apples have 10.39.