Despite teetering on the edge, pineapple remains on the list of low oxalate foods with only 4 milligrams of oxalate per cup.
Another fruit that just barely made it onto the low-oxalate list is the banana.
Cherries just barely fall short, with 3 milligrams of oxalate per cup serving.
Blackberries are an excellent choice for a low-oxalate diet, containing only 2 milligrams of oxalate per one-half cup.
Similar to blackberries, blueberries have rich sweetness and contain 2 milligrams of oxalate per one-half cup.
The sweet and juicy pear is a versatile fruit that contains 2 milligrams of oxalate per serving.
These little red balls of sunshine are not only delicious but they are also low in oxalate.
Crunchy, juicy and delicious, apples are not only delicious to our taste buds but are also a healthy option.