A medium-sized orange can provide around 52 mg of calcium.

Kiwi is a delicious tropical fruit that offers not only vitamin C but also a moderate amount of calcium. One medium-sized kiwi provides around 60 mg of calcium.

Dried figs are a concentrated source of calcium. A quarter cup of dried figs can contain approximately 60 mg of calcium.

Mulberries, whether fresh or dried, are relatively high in calcium. A cup of raw mulberries may contain about 55 mg of calcium.

A cup of blackberries provides around 40 mg of calcium.


One cup of cooked rhubarb can contain approximately 350 mg of calcium.

A half-cup of dried apricots can provide around 35 mg of calcium.

A quarter-cup of dried currants can contain around 30 mg of calcium.