A few of the commonly eaten acidic fruits are oranges, grapefruit and tomatoes. These fruits also generally contain the highest content of acids when compared to other fruit. More »

Fruits such as dried figs, dates, pears, prunes and sweet grapes are all examples of non-acidic fruits. While some fruits do contain natural acids, they most likely are non-acid forming once inside of the body system. More »

Citric acid is primarily found in citrus fruits, especially lemons and limes. The amount of acidity can be estimated by a fruit's taste, so fruits with high amounts of citric acid taste more sour. Citric acid is also fou... More »

Acidic fruits include oranges, pineapples, lemons, limes, grapefruits, tangerines, tomatoes, pomegranates, strawberries, kiwi and cranberries. Sub-acidic fruits are, but are not limited to apples, mangoes, peaches, black... More »

Potassium-rich fruits such as bananas, tomatoes, oranges, cantaloupe and grapefruit can be part of a balanced, healthy diet to control blood pressure. Other beneficial fruits include prunes, apricots, raisins and dates. ... More »

Lemons, limes and other citrus fruits are some of the most acidic fruits and, therefore, some of the most tart or sour-tasting. Kiwifruit, blackcurrants and raspberries are other familiar fruits that have a similar tartn... More »

In the United States, berries, bananas, apples, grapes and oranges are popular fruits. There is some discrepancy among experts about the most profitable and most-consumed fruit; bananas are the most popular fruits, state... More »