Specialties

Rambutan Tropical Fruit

  • Rambutan

Lot #41460

Jimmy Produce Buyer
Jimmy Capossela

Buyers Take:

Derived from the Malay language word for rambut or "hair", these Indonesian tree fruits have a very interesting sweet and acidic flavor and high in Magnesium. Its taste is described as sweet and sour, much like a grape.
Watch how to eat a Rambutan. http://www.wikihow.com/Eat-a-Rambutan

Availability

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  • Aug Available All Month
  • Sep No Availability
  • Oct Available All Month
  • Nov Available All Month
  • Dec Availabile First Half of Month

This Week's Forecast: The prices are stable and these Rambutan should be available through mid-December.

Proper Storage: The optimum temperature for storing Rambutan ranges from 8 to 15°C, depending on the cultivar involved. Chilling injury of the skin prevents storage at lower temperatures, but the pulp does not seem to be adversely affected by these temperatures.