Foods Containing Salicylates

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CATEGORY NEGLIGIBLE LOW MODERATE HIGH VERY HIGH
FRUIT Banana Apple: golden delicious Apple: red delicious Apple: all other varieties All dried fruits
Canned pear: in sugar syrup Nashi pears Canned or dried fig Canned morello cherries Apricot
Pear (ripe, peeled): williams, bartlett, packham, beurre bosc: not nashi or ya Papaya Canned pear: in juice Grapefruit Avocado
Paw paw Custard apple Honeydew melon Blackberry
Tamarillo Fig Kiwi fruit Blackcurrant
Lemon Lychee Blueberry
Lime Mandarin Boysenberry
Loquat Mango Cherries: all other kinds
Passion fruit Melons Cranberry
Pear: w/ peel Mulberry Currant
Persimmon Nectarine Date
Rhubarb Peach Grape
Fresh tomato Pomegranate Guava
Rockmelon (cantaloupe Loganberry
Sugar banana Orange
Watermelon Pineapple
Plum
Prune
Raisin
Raspberry
Redcurrant
Rock melon
Strawberry
Sultana
Tangelo
Tangerine
Tomato
Tomato products
Youngberry
VEGETABLES Bamboo shoots Bean sprouts Asparagus: tinned Alfalfa sprouts Canned green olives
Beans, dried: not borlotti Borlotti beans Aubergine/eggplant: peeled Artichoke Capsicum
Cabbage: green, white Brussels sprouts Beetroot Aubergine with peel Champignon
Celery Cabbage: red Black olives Broad bean Chicory
Choko Cauliflower Canned asparagus Broccoli Chilli peppers
Green split peas Chickpeas Carrot Canned black olive Courgette
Lentils: brown Chives Chinese cabbage Chinese broccoli Endive
Lentils: red Fresh asparagus Chinese greens: bok choy, pak choy Cucumber Gherkin
Lettuce: iceberg or butter Green beans Fresh tomato Cucumber Hot pepper
Peas: dried Green peas Frozen spinach Eggplant Peppers
Potato: old/white, peeled Leek Lettuce: other than iceberg Fresh spinach Radish
Swede Mung bean sprouts Mushrooms Okra Tomato
Onion Parsnips Pumpkin: all varieties except butternut Tomato products
Potato: white with peel Potato: new & red pontiac Radish Water chestnut
Shallots: spring onions or scallions Pumpkin: butternut Sweet corn
Yellow split peas Snow peas Sweet potato
Sprouts: other than mung beans Water chestnut
Squash: marrow Watercress
Turnip Zucchini
Wombok
NUTS & SEEDS Poppy seed Cashews Desiccated coconut Brazil nuts Almond
Hazelnuts Peanut butter Macadamia nuts Peanuts: skins on
Pecan Pumpkin seeds Pine nuts Water chestnut
Sunflower seeds Sesame seeds Pistachio
Walnuts
SWEET FOODS Carob Caramel: store bought Raw sugar Chewing gum
Cocoa Golden syrup Fruit flavours
Caramel homemade Malt extract Honey
Maple syrup Honey flavours
White sugar Jam: except pear, preferably homemade
Liquorices
Mint flavoured sweets
Peppermints
HERBS, SEASONING, SAUCES, SPICES, TOPPINGS & CONDIMENTS Golden syrup Apple sauce: only homemade from acceptable varieties of apples Fresh coriander leaves: also known as Chinese parsley or cilantro All spice Aniseed
Malt vinegar Chives Horseradish Bay leaf Basil
Maple syrup: pure Fennel: dried Mayonnaise Caraway Black pepper
Salt Garlic Cardamom Cayenne
Saffron Cinnamon Celery powder
Shallots Cloves Chilli flakes
Soy sauce: if free of spices Coriander Chilli powder
Ginger Cider vinegar
Mixed herbs Commercial gravies & sauces
Mustard Cumin
Parsley Curry
Pimiento Dill
Fenugreek
Fish, meat, & tomato pastes
Garam masala
Ginger
Honey
Jam/jelly: all com- mercial varieties: you can make your own from acceptable ingredients
Liquorices
Mace
Marmite
Mint
Mustard
Nutmeg
Oregano
Paprika
Peppermint
Rosemary
Sage
Tabasco
Tarragon
Thyme
Turmeric
Vegemite & other yeast extracts
White pepper
White vinegar
Wine vinegar
Worcestershire sauce
FATS & OILS Butter Ghee Almond oil Copha Coconut oil
Canola oil Corn oil Sesame oil Olive oil
Margarine – only if made from canola or other vegetable oil Peanut oil Walnut oil
Safflower oil
Soy oil
Sunflower oil
GRAINS Barley Breakfast cereals that include fruit, nuts, honey or coconut
Buckwheat Corn/maize cereals
Millet Cornmeal
Oats: plain Flavoured breakfast cereals
Rice Maize
Rice cereals: plain Polenta
Rye
Wheat
MEAT* Beef Liver Fish canned in an unacceptable oil & or with seasonings added Processed luncheon meats: many are seasoned
*NB: Most meat, fish and poultry are salicylate free, except for processed or seasoned meats Chicken Prawns Gravy made from prepared mixes: i.e. stock cubes/bouillon/ meat extracts/etc Seasoned meats: Salami, sausages, frankfurters & hot dogs etc
Eggs Shellfish
Fish
Lamb
Organ meats
Rabbit
Sausage casing
Scallops
Tripe
Veal
DAIRY & SOY Butter Blue vein cheese
Cream
Cheese: not blue vein
Milk
Yoghurt: natural only
Ice cream: natural only
Rice milk: natural only
Goat milk
Soy milk: natural only
Tofu
BAKING SUPPLIES Arrowroot Sesame seeds Corn syrup
Corn starch: also known as corn flour in Australia
Golden syrup
Malt
Malt extract
Poppy seeds
Rice flour
Rye flour
Sago
Soy flour
Sugar
Sugar: brown, castor, granulated, icing, powdered
Tapioca
Wheat flour
SNACKS Plain potato chips: natural only – check the label! Homemade apple chips: from accept- able varieties of apples Popcorn Fruit flavoured lollies, gelato, iceblocks, sherbet, sorbet
Popping corn Chewing gum: all flavours
Licorice/liquorices: all flavours
Mint/peppermint/ wintergreen flavoured lollies
Gherkins & anything pickled
DRINKS Decaffeinated coffee Dandelion coffee Coco cola Regular coffee
Milk: goat & cow Store bought pear juice Rose hip tea All teas
Ovaltine Rose hip syrup Cordials & fruit flavoured drinks
Homemade pear juice Fruit & vegetable juices
Soy milk
Rice milk
Water
ALCOHOL Gin Cider Liquor
Whiskey Beer Port
Vodka Sherry Wine
Brandy Rum

 

This list is a culmination of experience and research.
Sources include: Fedup | Truth in Labelling | Millhouse Medical | SSWAHS | Euphory | Easy to Avoid