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Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

This is a quick reference guide to fresh fruits and vegetables that you can offer your gerbils. Keep in mind that a serving size is very small, about the size of their eyes. A blueberry is probably enough for two gerbils. If you offer fresh fruits or vegetables, please remove any uneaten food so it doesn't rot. This is not an exhaustive list.

Fruits


Apple (seeds are toxic)
Apricots (pit is toxic)

Avocado (flesh only, no skin or pit)

Banana (yellow only)
Blackberries
Blackcurrants
Blueberries
Butternut squash

Cantaloupe

Cherries (pit is toxic)
Coconut

Cranberries
Cucumber

Dates

Eggplant

Figs

Grapes

More Fruit


Honeydew melon

Kiwi (no skin)

Melon

Nectarines (pit is toxic)

Orange (preferably dried)

Papaya
Peach (pit is toxic)
Pears
Peppers (Bell or sweet)
Pineapple
Plums (pit is toxic)
Pomegranate

Raspberries

Sharon fruit (Persimmon)
Spinach
Strawberries
Sweet corn 

Tomato

Watermelon

Zucchini 

Vegetables


Arugula

Beets

Broccoli

Carrots and Carrot tops
Cauliflower
Celery

Dandelion leaves

Field Greens (lettuce)

Green Beans

Kale

Lettuce  (not iceburg)

Mushrooms

Parsnips
Peas

Spring greens
Spinach

Not Safe


Asparagus (cooked ok)

Artichokes
Beans

Brussels sprouts

Cabbage 

Chick Peas 

Garlic

Iceburg Lettuce

Leek

Mango

Olives

Onion 

Potato (cooked ok)

Radish

Rhubarb

Soy beans
Sweet potato (cooked ok)

Swiss Chard

Turnip

Other Foods

This is a list of other foods that you can offer to gerbils. Generally speaking junk food (chips, cookies, and crackers) are not safe for gerbils.

Proteins


Chicken (cooked)

Crickets

Eggs (cooked)

Peanuts

Peanut Butter

Mealworms

Waxworms

Grains


Cereals with 0g sugar

Cheerios

Pasta

Plain Oatmeal

 

Other


Greek Yogurt (small amount)

Hard Cheese

Not Safe


Blue Cheese

Chocolate

Chips

Cookies

Crackers

Soft Cheeses