If you need to find information on grapefruit weights, then look no further because this article will help you find the information you need.
Including weights for whole grapefruit weights, juice, and various portion sizes with and without peel, use the table below to get straight to the information you need.
How Much Does One Whole Grapefruit Weigh?
I did the research and weighed several red grapefruits, and the average weight per whole fruit, including the peel, is around 330-350g/11.6-12.3oz.
The table below shows the conversion weights of a whole unpeeled average-sized grapefruit:
|Conversion||Weight Per Whole Average-sized Grapefruit|
Average Weight of a Grapefruit Without the Skin
The peeled and de-pithed weight of an average-sized supermarket red grapefruit is around 265g/9.34oz.
The table below shows the conversion weights of a whole peeled and de-pithed average-sized grapefruit:
|Conversion||Weight Per Peeled Average-Sized Grapefruit|
How Much Juice Do You Get From One Grapefruit?
I squeezed a number of average-sized supermarket red grapefruits by hand to find the average juice yield per fruit. The average juice amount per grapefruit was around 150ml/5.1 fl oz.
The table below shows the conversion amounts of juice per average-sized grapefruit:
|Conversion||Juice Per Average-Sized grapefruit|
|Fluid Ounces||5.1 fl oz|
|US cups||0.63 cups|
It’s worth noting that you might see a higher juice yield if you use an electric juicer that extracts juice from the whole fruit.
How Much Juice You Get From Multiple Grapefruits
The table below shows the average amount of juice you should expect to get from multiple average-sized grapefruits (when squeezed by hand):
|Number of average-sized grapefruits||Juice Yield in ml/fl oz||Juice Yield in US Cups|
|2||300ml/10.2 fl oz||1.25 cups|
|3||450ml/ 15.3 fl oz||1.88 cups|
|4||600ml/ 20.4 fl oz||2.5 cups|
|5||750ml/ 25.5 fl oz||3.1 cups|
|6||900ml/ 30.6 fl oz||3.75 cups|
|7||1050ml/ 35.7 fl oz||4.4 cups|
|8||1200ml/ 40.8 fl oz||5 cups|
|9||1350ml/ 45.9 fl oz||5.6 cups|
|10||1500ml/ 51 fl oz||6.3 cups|
Grapefruit Conversion Weights (Various Portion Sizes)
The table below shows the conversion weights for various portion sizes of average-sized grapefruits:
|Grapefruit Portion Size (without peel)||Weight in Grams & Ounces||Weight in Pounds and Kilograms|
|Whole grapefruit (peeled)||265g/9oz||0.58lb/0.265kg|
More Grapefruit Weight FAQ’s
The weight of the skin (and pith) of one average-sized grapefruit is around 65-70g (2.3-2.5oz).
An average-sized red grapefruit contains around 11-14 individual segments per fruit.
There are around 1.2 average-sized whole unpeeled grapefruits or around 2 average-sized peeled grapefruits in a pound.
There are around 3 average-sized whole unpeeled grapefruits or around 4 average-sized peeled grapefruits in a kilogram.
Equipment and Information Used for This Article
I used precision scales that weigh to 0.01 of a gram that are regularly calibrated with a 100g weight. For more information, see my recommended weighing scales here.
To make sure the information in this article is accurate, I researched and cross-referenced various sources (as well as original research) to obtain the correct weights and calories.
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