Last update - May 16th 2014
The list below gives the total Iron content in the 14 items from the general description 'cherries'.These 14 types of cherries range from Cherries, sour, red, canned, water pack, solids and liquids (includes USDA commodity red tart cherries, canned) through to Cherries, sour, red, raw and are ranked by the content or amount per 100g.
Using the list below for the 14 different cherries nutrition entries in our database, the highest amount of Iron is found in Cherries, sour, red, canned, water pack, solids and liquids (includes USDA commodity red tart cherries, canned) which contains 1.37 mg of Iron per 100g. The lowest amount of Iron is in Cherries, sour, red, raw which in 100g contains 0.32 mg of Iron.
The median value of Iron is found in Cherries, sour, red, frozen, unsweetened which in 100g contains 0.53 mg of Iron. The average amount of Iron contained in 100g of cherries, based on the list below is 0.65 mg of Iron.
Cherries Content Summary
From the Iron content in cherries list, click on a link to give a full nutrition breakdown which includes calories, protein, fat and carbs as well as Iron. Each cherries item can be scaled by different amounts to adjust the amounts of Iron so that it is not just, for example, the values in 100g of Cherries, sour, red, canned, water pack, solids and liquids (includes USDA commodity red tart cherries, canned). The item can be scaled by quantites in g, oz or typical serving sizes.
We have also sorted our complete nutrition and vitamin database of over 7000 foods, based on the amount of Iron. Again you can find a full nutrition breakdown for all foods containing iron which can be scaled for different servings and quantities, from the complete list of iron rich foods.
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