Fruits that are rich in calcium


Oranges and their juices contain a small amount of calcium, with about 50 mg per medium-sized fruit.


Figs, particularly dried figs, contain a moderate amount of calcium. A half-cup of dried figs can provide around 120 mg of calcium.


Dried apricots are another fruit source of calcium. They contain about 20 mg of calcium per serving.


Kiwifruit contains a small amount of calcium, with around 30 mg per medium-sized fruit.


Rhubarb is a unique source of calcium among fruits, containing about 100 mg of calcium per cup of cooked rhubarb.