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Rambutan

Rambutan is a small round shaped fruit, it is the same size as a lychee and it has leathery skin.
The skin is covered in soft spines which are green to dark red. The firm white flesh is juicy and sweet. Rambutan has an inedible seed in the middle.
The ideal teperature of Rambutan

Storage advise

Rambutans are kept refrigerated during transport and storage. The ideal temperature during transport is between 6 ℃ an 8℃. At home rambutans are best kept in the fridge.
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Origin Nature's Pride Rambutan

Rambutan  - IndonesiaIndonesia Rambutan  - ThailandThailand Rambutan  - VietnamVietnam

The cultivation process

Rambutan grows best in a warm, tropical climate. A new rambutan tree must grow for at least 4 years before it bears fruit. When the tree flowers it takes about 30 to 45 days until the rambutan developes properly. When the rambutans are ripe, they are harvested per branch, so the fruit is not damaged.
Rambutan
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This foundation was established to finance local projects in communities where they grow our exotic fruit and vegetables. The aim is to stimulate economic growth of small farmers, pack house employees and their families.

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