Iron deficiency is, unfortunately, one of the most common nutritional deficiencies that people are afflicted with. The reason it’s unfortunate is because it’s so preventable. There are plenty of foods which are rich in iron, and getting enough iron in your diet is as simple as knowing which foods are high in it.
So what about peaches? Are peaches high in iron?
No, peaches are not high in iron!
1 large, whole peach only contains about 0.4 mg of iron, which equates to approximately 2% of your daily recommended value.
While peaches are a healthy fruit, you’ll have to look elsewhere for your iron!