Grapefruit Health & Nutrition

Florida Grapefruit is one of the most nutrient dense fruits per calorie with high amounts of vitamin C and vitamin A, while also supplying folate, potassium, fiber, and calcium. A versatile ingredient that adds sweetness and tanginess to everyday meals, Florida Grapefruit is the perfect addition to a balanced, healthy diet.

The amazing taste of fresh Florida grapefruit and 100% grapefruit juice comes with beneficial vitamins, minerals, and colorful plant compounds – all with no added sugar.  Grapefruit and 100% grapefruit juices also have heart-healthy qualities as they are free of fat, sodium, and cholesterol.

Fresh Grapefruit Nutritional Values Chart

Typical Nutrition Values for
½ Medium Grapefruit (154 g)

%Daily Value*

Nutrient
Amount(% Daily Value)
Serving Size
1/2 Medium Grapefruit (154g)
Calories
60
Total Fat
0g (0%)
Sodium
0mg (0%)
Total Carbohydrate
15g (5%)
Dietary Fiber
2g (7%)
Sugars
11g (22%)
Protein
1g (2%)
Potassium
160g

%Daily Value*

Nutrition Facts
Serving size1/2 Medium Grapefruit (154g)
Amount per serving
Calories
60
  • % Daily Value*
  • Total Fat0g 0%
  • Sodium0mg 0%
  • Total Carbohydrate15g 5%
    • Dietary Fiber2g 7%
    • Total Sugars11g 22%
  • Protein1g 2%
  • Vitamin A315mcg 35%
  • Vitamin C90mg 100%
  • Calcium50mg 4%
  • Thiamin.05mg 4%
  • Niacin.3mg 2%
  • Vitamin B6.06mg 4%
  • Folate15mcg 4%
  • Magnesium15mg 4%
  • Potassium160mg 3%

*The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Not a significant source of saturated fat, cholesterol, and iron.  

**Pink or red grapefruit. 

Data source: FDA, Appendix C to Part 101.–Nutrition Facts for Raw Fruits and Vegetables, Revised 7/25/2006, effective 1/1/2008. Data for thiamin, niacin, folate, vitamin B6 and magnesium from the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 20 (NDB 09112), accessed 9/24/2008.

Nutritional values may vary based on the variety of citrus fruit and place of origin. Refer to the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference at www.ars.usda.gov/ or check with your citrus vendor for additional information.

Information is not intended for labeling food in packaged form.