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Eat Healthy: Food Group Gallery

Browse the Food Group Gallery The table below lists some foods in the Fruit Group. If you click on the hyperlinked foods, you will see a picture of a specific amount of that food that counts as 1 cup-equivalent of fruit — or in some cases ½ cup-equivalent. Learn more about the Fruit Group. acai…

Browse the Food Group Gallery

The table below lists some foods in the Fruit Group. If you click on the hyperlinked foods, you will see a picture of a specific amount of that food that counts as 1 cup-equivalent of fruit — or in some cases ½ cup-equivalent.

Learn more about the Fruit Group.

acai berries

blackberries

blueberries

cranberries

currants

goji berries

huckleberries

lingonberries (cowberries)

mulberries

raspberries

apple juice

cranberry juice

grape juice

grapefruit juice

mango juice

papaya juice

pineapple juice

pomegranate juice

prune juice

cantaloupe

honeydew

horned melon (kiwano)

watermelon

apricots

cherries

dates

figs

guava

kiwi fruit

lemons

limes

nectarines

papaya

pears

persimmons

pineapple

pomegranate

prunes

star fruit

tangerines

The table below lists some foods in the Vegetable Group divided into its five subgroups: Dark-Green Vegetables, Red and Orange Vegetables, Starchy Vegetables, Beans, Peas, and Lentils, and Other Vegetables.

Learn more about the Vegetable Group.

arugula (rocket)

endive

turnip greens

Swiss chard

mustard greens

mixed greens

broccoli rabe (rapini)

broccolini

collard greens

dark-green leafy lettuce

kale

escarole

bok choy

mesclun

watercress

acorn squash

bell peppers

butternut squash

hubbard squash

pumpkin

red chili peppers

red peppers, sweet

cassava

green bananas

green lima beans

green peas

parsnips

plantains

taro

water chestnuts

yams

bean burger

black-eyed peas (mature, dry)

chickpeas (garbanzo beans)

edamame (young soybeans)

falafel (spiced, mashed chickpeas)

fava beans (broad beans)

hummus (chickpea spread)

lentils

lima beans (mature)

navy beans

soy beans

split peas

white beans

alfalfa sprouts

artichokes

asparagus

avocado

bamboo shoots

bean sprouts

beets

Brussels sprouts

cabbage

celery

cucumbers

eggplant

garlic

green peppers

jicama

leeks

mung bean sprouts

okra

pattypan squash

radicchio

radishes

red cabbage

scallions

snow peas

tomatillos

turnips

wax beans

yellow squash

The table below lists some foods in the Grains Group divided into its two subgroups: Whole Grains and Refined Grains. If you click on the hyperlinked foods, you will see a picture of a specific amount of that food that counts as 1 ounce-equivalent of grains — or in some cases 2 ounce-equivalents.

Learn more about the Grains Group.

amaranth

buckwheat

bulgur (cracked wheat)

kamut

millet

muesli

quinoa

rolled oats

sorghum

spelt

teff

whole grain barley

whole grain cornmeal

whole grain sorghum

whole rye

whole wheat bread

whole wheat cereal flakes

whole wheat crackers

whole wheat pasta

whole wheat sandwich buns and rolls

whole wheat tortillas

wild rice

bagels

biscuits

breadcrumbs

cakes

challah bread

cookies

corn tortillas

couscous

English muffins

French bread

grits

hominy

matzo

naan

noodles

pancakes

pasta (spaghetti, macaroni)

pie/pastry crusts

pita bread

pizza crust

polenta

pretzels

ramen noodles

rice cakes

rice paper (spring roll wrappers)

rice vermicelli

waffles

white bread

* These products are usually made from refined grains but some may also be made with whole grains. Check the ingredient list for the words “whole grain,” “whole wheat,” “whole corn,” etc., to decide if they are made from a whole grain. Some of these foods may be made from a mixture of whole and refined grains.

The table below lists some foods in the Protein Foods Group. If you click on the hyperlinked foods, you will see a picture of a specific amount of that food and its corresponding ounce-equivalents of protein foods.

Learn more about the Protein Foods Group.

Lean Cuts

Lean Ground Meats

beef

pork

sausage (beef, turkey)

Lean Luncheon/ Deli Meats

Game Meats

Organ Meats

Finfish

catfish

cod

flounder

haddock

halibut

herring

mackerel

pollock

porgy

sea bass

snapper

sushi

swordfish

tilapia

trout

tuna

Shellfish

clams

crab

crayfish

lobster

mussels

octopus

oysters

scallops

squid (calamari)

Canned Fish

almond butter

chia seeds

hazelnuts (filberts)

peanuts

peanut butter

pecans

pistachios

pumpkin seeds

sesame seeds

sunflower seeds

bean burgers

black-eyed peas

chickpeas (garbanzo beans)

edamame (young soybeans)

falafel (spiced, mashed chickpeas)

fava beans (broad beans)

hummus (chickpea spread)

lentils

lima beans (mature)

navy beans

soy beans

split peas

white beans

tempeh

texturized vegetable protein (TVP)

tofu (made from soybeans)

veggie burgers

The table below lists some foods in the Dairy Group. If you click on the hyperlinked foods, you will see a picture of a specific amount of that food that counts as 1 cup-equivalent of dairy — or in some cases ½ cup-equivalent.

Learn more about the Dairy Group.

All Fluid Milk

flavored milks

lactose-free milks

low fat (1%) milk

reduced fat (2%) milk

whole milk

Milk-Based Desserts

ice milk

ice cream

lassi

sherbet

smoothies

Hard Natural Cheeses

Gouda

mozzarella

muenster

parmesan

provolone

Romano

Soft Cheeses

brie

camembert

cottage cheese

feta

ricotta

Processed Cheeses

* Check the label to ensure the product is calcium-fortified.

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