Is the water contained in fruit more or less clean than filtered tap water?

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Is the water contained in fruit more or less clean than filtered tap water?

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what to you mean by clean?

If by not clean you mean “which one contains more non-water” then filtered water is much cleaner since it doesn’t have sugars and fibers floating in it. But it’s hard to know what you mean because your question has so little detail and clean is not a very obvious metric.

Less clean. Any water contained in fruit is going to have a higher level of bacteria and contaminants present than filtered water. Any pesticide it absorbed, any sort of heavy metal the plant absorbed etc.

Edit – arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury are in virtually every plant we consume at low levels. The filter would remove some of this.

The “Water” in fruit is contaminated as it is in solution with a lot of other things. If you were to extract that water it would be as pure as the method you used to extract it is capable of.
[These guys](https://aquabotanicalbeverages.com/) extract pure water from fruit and veg.
Edit : Shitcunt.

Depends what you mean by clean, but at a high level the answer is no: it’s mostly fruit, which isn’t water.