Some foods provide more nutritional value than others, and some have little to nothing to offer in the way of vitamins and minerals. One of these minerals that is an essential part of a balanced diet is iron.
So what about tomatoes? Are tomatoes high in iron?
No, tomatoes are generally not very high in iron, although they do contain small amounts.
1 large, whole tomato has about 0.4 mg of iron, which is equivalent to 2% of your daily recommended amount.
1 cup of tomato juice has slightly more, with 1 mg of iron, or 6% of the recommended daily amount.