These fruits may boost your calcium consumption, but they shouldn't be your only source. Dairy, leafy greens, and fortified plant-based milk replacements are excellent calcium sources.
Oranges are rich in vitamin C and contain some calcium. A medium orange has 52 milligrams of calcium.
Kiwis are rich in vitamin C and other minerals. Small amounts of calcium are present. One medium-sized kiwi has 30 mg of calcium.
Papaya is a great calcium source if you're feeling tropical. A cup of mashed papaya provides 46 milligrammes of calcium, compared to 29 for papaya chunks.
Blackberries are sweet and healthy, containing many nutrients. Small amounts of calcium are provided. One cup of blackberries has 42 mg of calcium.
One cup of dried apricots that have been cut in half provides 72 milligrammes of calcium, or about 14 percent of the daily required value of calcium, which is 1000 milligrammes.