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Table 2: Anthocyanin, Flavanol and Proanthocyanidin Content of Selected Foods (mg/100g or 100 ml*)

 (3, 129-135)

Anthocyanin-rich foods Anthocyanins Flavanols Proanthocyanidins
Blackberry 89-211 13-19 6-47
Blueberry 67-183 1 88-261
Grapes, red 25-92 2 44-76
Raspberries (red) 10-84 9 5-59
Strawberry 15-75 - 97-183
Red wine 1-35 1-55 24-70
Plum 2-25 1-6 106-334
Red cabbage 25 0 -
Red onion 13- 25 - -
Blood orange juice 3-10 - -
Flavanol-rich foods Anthocyanins Flavanols Proanthocyanidins
Green tea - 24-216 -
Black tea - 5-158 4
Chocolate, dark - 43-63 90-322
Apple, red delicious with peel 1-4 2-12 89-148
Apricot - 10-25 8-13
Flavone-rich foods Anthocyanins Flavanols Proanthocyanidins
Parsley, fresh - - -
Thyme, fresh - - -
Celery hearts, green - - -
Celery - - -
Oregano, fresh - - -
Chili peppers, green - - -
Flavanone-rich foods Anthocyanins Flavanols Proanthocyanidins
Lemon juice, fresh - - -
Grapefruit juice, fresh - - -
Orange juice, fresh - - -
Grapefruit, fresh - - -
Orange, fresh - - -
Flavonol-rich foods Anthocyanins Flavanols Proanthocyanidins
Onion, yellow - 0 -
Kale - - -
Leek - 0 -
Broccoli - 0 -

 

*per 100 g (fresh weight) or 100 ml (liquids); 100 grams is equivalent to about 3.5 ounces; 100 ml is equivalent to about 3.5 fluid ounces.