NOTE: Be sure to maintain 2:1 calcium to phosphorus ratios to avoid hind leg paralysis and to give your sugar gliders a wide and healthy variety of organic foods. Just because it its safe for sugar gliders doesn’t mean it should be fed often. You need to make sure you rotate which fruits and vegetables are being fed so that they get all the necessary nutrients they need. Below is a list of safe fruits and vegetables your sugar glider can eat.

TOXIC: fruit pits, garlic, onions, lima beans, rhubarb, catnip, chocolate, cheese, chives, coffee, canned goods, seasonings

Fruits

Acerola

Apples

Apricots

Avocado

Bananas

Blackberries

Blueberries

Breadfruit

Cantaloupe

Carombola

Carissa

Casaba Melon

Cherimoya

Cherries

Coconut

Crabapples

Cranberries

Currant

Custard Apples

Dates

Elderberries

Figs

Gooseberries

Grapefruit

Grapes

Ground Cherries

Guava

Honeydew

Jackfruit

Java Plum

Jujube

Kiwi

Kumquat

Lemon

Lime

Longans

Loquats

Mammy Apple

Mandarin Oranges

Mango

Mulberries

Nectarine

Oheloberries

Oranges

Papaya

Passion Fruit

Peaches

Pears

Persimmon

Pineapple

Pitanga

Plantain

Plums

Pomegranate

Prickly Pear

Prunes

Pummelo

Quince

Raisins

Raspberries

Rose Apple

Roselle

Sapodilia

Sapote

Soursop

Strawberries

Sugar Apple

Tamarind

Tangerine

Watermelon

Vegetables

Alfalfa sprouts

Amaranth

Artichoke

Asparagus

Bamboo Shoots

Beats

Black-eyed Peas

Bok Choy

Broccoli

Brussels Sprouts

Burdock Roots

Cabbage

Carrots

Cauliflower

Celery

Chayote

Chicory Greens

Chinese Cabbage

Collard Greens

Coriander

Corn

Cowpeas

Cucumber

Dandelion Greens

Dock

Eggplant

Endive

French Beans

Ginger Root

Green Beans

Jew's Ear

Jicama

Jute

Kale

Kohlrabi

Lettuce

Lupines

Mushrooms

Mustard Greens

Mustard Spinach

Okra

Parsley

Parsnips

Peas

Peppers

Potato

Pumpkin

Radish

Rutabagas

Snap peas

Snow Peas

Soy Bean

Spinach

Squash

Sweet Potato

Swiss Chard

Tofu

Tomato

Turnip

Turnip Greens

Watercress

Yams

Zucchini