Which Fruits are High in Pectin?

Fruit pectin is a natural compound found in many fruits and is a gelling agent used to make jams.If you take certain fruit, and boil it, with the skins and cores, you’ll extract a lot of pectin.The skins of citrus fruit (oranges, lime, lemon) are very high in pectin, as are apples, plums, kiwi, cranberries, and blueberries.Unripened fruit is higher in pectin, and overly ripe fruit is lower in pectin.