Moreover for the "native persimmons" there are no minerals or vitamins listet.
edit: not counting greens and tomatoes...
NUTRITION: Comparing the nutritional data for both the Fuyu and the Hachiya, also known as native persimmons, is challenging because the Hachiya has not been tested as extensively as the Fuyu.
The firm, crunchy Fuyu contains 118 calories with 31 grams carbohydrates compared to the 32 calories and 8 grams carbohydrates contained in the Hachiya. While there are no fiber figures available on the USDA National Nutritient Database for the Hachiya, the Fuyu can boast 6 grams.
The two varieties seem to be nutritional opposites with some of the data. One example cites the Hachiya with 16.5 mg of Vitamin C, while the Fuyu contains 12.6 mg. Another opposite is the potassium content of the Fuyu with 270 mg, while the Hachiya contains only 78 mg. Though calcium is not one of the fruit's strong points, the Fuyu contains 13 mg and the Hachiya has only 7 mg. On the protein scale, Fuyus contain just under 1 gram compared to .20 grams for the Hachiya.
Fuyu persimmons contain a whopping 2733 IU of Vitamin A and 425 mcg of beta carotene. Unfortunately, there are no Vitamin A figures available for the Hachiya. However, if color is any indication of the presence of beta carotene, the Hachiya's bright orange color would indicate its availability. Other antioxidant values in the Fuyu feature 2431 mcg of cryptoxanthin beta, 267 mcg of lycopene, and 1401 mg of lutein and zeaxanthin. No antioxidant values are available for the Hachiya.
The Fuyu contains a good profile of B vitamins, while figures for the B vitamins are unavailable for the Hachiya.