Potassium-Rich Foods*

Food Serving size Amount per serving**
Orange juice (frozen concentrate) 6 fl oz 1245 mg
White beans (canned) 1 cup 1189 mg
Soybeans (green, cooked) 1 cup 970 mg
Potato (baked) 1 medium (2-3" diameter) 926 mg
Spinach (cooked) 1 cup 839 mg
Plums (dried, stewed) 1 cup 796 mg
Lettuce (iceberg) 1 head (6" diameter) 760 mg
Black beans (canned, low sodium) 1 cup 739 mg
Prune juice 8 fl oz 707 mg
Raisins (seedless) 1/2 cup 614 mg
Kidney beans (canned) 1 cup 607 mg
Mushrooms (white, cooked) 1 cup 555 mg
Sweet potato (baked) 1 medium (2" diameter) 542 mg
Salmon (Atlantic, baked) 3 ounces 534 mg
Yogurt (plain, low fat) 8 ounces 531 mg
Tomato juice 8 fl oz 527 mg
Orange juice (fresh) 8 fl oz 496 mg
Halibut (baked) 3 ounces 449 mg
Banana 1 medium 422 mg
Grapes 1 cup 288 mg
Artichoke hearts 1/2 cup 240 mg
Spinach (raw) 1 cup 167 mg

*For a complete list of potassium rich foods, see the USDA Food Composition Databases.

**To calculate mEq and mmol of potassium from mg of potassium, use 39 mg K+ = 1 mEq K+ = 1 mmol K.