Pineapples do contain some fiber, but they are not considered to be a high fiber fruit.
So how much fiber is in pineapple? Well, that actually depends on how it is prepared and served.
Fresh, cubed pineapple contains approximately 1.5 – 2 grams of fiber, while canned pineapple will have about half of that amount.
Pineapple juice is the lowest of all, with a mere 0.5 grams of fiber per cup.
Despite the relatively modest amount of fiber found in pineapples, it’s still a wonderful supplement to your diet and a great way to get some of your recommended daily fiber intake. Also, pineapple is full of vitamin C and protein.