Dried fruit is even higher in sugar. Apples, dates and raisins, for example, contain up to 70 grams of sugar.
Berry fruits are the lowest in sugar. Strawberries, blackberries and raspberries, hit with a maximum of 5 mg. At best, the lemons are lower.
Fructose is about ⅓ sweeter than glucose (grape sugar). If you feed your children lots of fresh fruit, you condition them to like sweet foods from a very early age. Nowadays, since the taste of particularly sweet fruits is preferred, fruits with more and more sugar are bred.
Fructose from fruits is joined by that from soft drinks, bread, sweets, ready-made sauces, soups, canned foods, etc., to which high amounts of the sugar are added. Excess glucose is also converted to fructose. So at the end of the day, the balance of fructose can reach a worrying level.