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Table 3: Flavone, Flavonol and Flavanone Content of Selected Foods (mg/100g or 100 ml*)

 (3, 129-135)

Anthocyanin-rich foods Flavones Flavonols Flavanones
Blackberry - 0-2 -
Blueberry - 2-16 -
Grapes, red - 3-4 -
Raspberries (red) - 1 -
Strawberry - 1-4 -
Red wine 0 2-30 -
Plum 0 1-2 -
Red cabbage 0-1 0-1 -
Red onion 0 4-100 -
Blood orange juice - - 10-22
Flavanol-rich foods Flavones Flavonols Flavanones
Green tea 0-1 3-9 -
Black tea 0 1-7 -
Chocolate, dark - - -
Apple, red delicious with peel 0 2-6 -
Apricot 0 2-5 -
Flavone-rich foods Flavones Flavonols Flavanones
Parsley, fresh 24-634 8-10 -
Thyme, fresh 56 0 -
Celery hearts, green 23 - -
Celery 0-15 4 -
Oregano, fresh 2-7 0 -
Chili peppers, green 5 13-21 -
Flavanone-rich foods Flavones Flavonols Flavanones
Lemon juice, fresh 0 0-2 2-175
Grapefruit juice, fresh 0 0 10-104
Orange juice, fresh 0-1 0 5-47
Grapefruit, fresh - 1 55
Orange, fresh - - 42-53
Flavonol-rich foods Flavones Flavonols Flavanones
Onion, yellow 0 3-120 -
Kale 0 30-60 -
Leek 0 3-22 -
Broccoli 0 4-13 -

 

*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.