Basic fruit and vegetable calorie charts can be found at Linda-rd.com. More comprehensive nutrition charts that show calories, calories from fat, and other nutritional information can be found at FDA.gov.
According to the charts, fruits contain a much higher number of calories per serving size than vegetables, making it possible to overeat fruits when on a diet. The lowest calorie fruit are raspberries at 30 calories, while the highest are dried figs at 477 calories. The lowest calorie vegetable is Romaine lettuce at 4 calories, while the highest is a potato at 161 calories. The FDA.gov charts include additional information on total fat, sodium, potassium, carbohydrates, sugars, proteins, and vitamins.