is fruit in a can(del monte,etc.) real fruit?
why isnt it 100% vitamin C, it only says 8% vitamin C, whats the difference of that and regular produce fruit?
- RedSoxFanLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
It is real fruit, but even fresh fruit is not made up of 100% vitamin c.
- 1 decade ago
Very few fruits can give you 100% of your Rda in Vitamin C in a single serving. Of course canned fruit is real fruit, it has been lightly cooked in a sugar syrup and then canned for preservation. If you want a higher bang in vitamin C for your buck, look for the newer jarred fruits that contain mostly citrus fruit like oranges and grapefruit. Or look for canned grapefruit, most stores carry their own private label in that, because no national canners make it. Or else just buy fresh, from a store which has very high turnover, and use it within 3-5 days of purchase.
- Anonymous4 years ago
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- CutieLv 41 decade ago
Yes, the fruit is real. I donno i think its in water maybe the it goes down to 8%.
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- rugga1Lv 61 decade ago
yes it's real ........there ain't no such as 100% of anything
- undercovernudistLv 61 decade ago
its likely processed