Which foods have the lowest calorie count?

When it comes to calories, fruit and vegetables have always been the best choices.

But now, a new report from The Consumer Reports Institute shows that most fruit and vegetable choices have calorie counts lower than 10,000 calories.

The study analyzed the food labels and calorie counts of 2.6 million Americans.

The average fruit and veggie food has more calories than an average cup of coffee, more than a serving of yogurt and more than half of a serving (45 grams) of cheese.

But the most popular fruit and veggies have calorie numbers that are only a third to a third of the calories listed on the labels.

For example, in the U.S. in 2016, fruit was listed at around 9,200 calories.

That would be less than a full cup of whole milk.

And, in 2017, the most common fruit and meat foods had calorie counts that were only a quarter of what the label said.

For example, a banana has a calorie count of about 9,500 calories, but its calorie count is only a bit over a serving.