While there is a lot of information on the elemental content of food for nutritional and pollution studies, the analysis of
fruits has received little attention. We have investigated 11 commonly eaten fruits for their trace and minor element constituents
by neutron activations including thermal and epithermal neutron activation analysis. Our results revealed that both blueberries
and strawberries had the most of top two highest elemental concentrations followed by raspberries, oranges and mango. Bananas,
grapes, plums, apples, pears, and cherries had the fewest or none of the most elevated elemental concentrations.