Oranges, lemons, limes, and grapefruits can cause allergic reactions in some people due to their high acidic content.
Kiwi allergies are not uncommon and can lead to oral allergy syndrome (OAS) or more severe reactions in sensitive individuals.
Some individuals may experience allergic reactions to bananas, which can range from mild itching or swelling to more severe symptoms.
Avocado allergies are not widespread but can cause symptoms such as itching, hives, or in severe cases, anaphylaxis.
Although botanically classified as a fruit, tomatoes can cause allergic reactions, especially in people with sensitivities to pollen or certain proteins found in the fruit.
Watermelon, cantaloupe, and honeydew are part of the melon family and can cause allergic reactions, including oral allergy syndrome.
Allergic reactions to peaches can range from mild symptoms like itching or swelling to more severe reactions in sensitive individuals.
Strawberries can trigger allergic reactions in some people due to specific proteins found in the fruit, leading to symptoms like itching, hives, or swelling.