The U.S. Food and Drug Administration provides a reliable chart listing the carbohydrates in fruits on its website as of 2015. The chart lists nutritional information for the 20 most frequently consumed fruits in the United States.
The Produce for Better Health Foundation also provides a nutritional chart listing the carbohydrates in fruit on its website. The chart, which is part of the Fruits and Veggies -- More Matters health initiative, lists 35 fruits. While fruit is a great source of fiber and nutrients such as vitamins and minerals, it also contains natural sugars that make it a carbohydrate. The level of natural sugar varies among types of fruit.