Rambutan is Back in Season ❤️
Rambutan is back!
This interesting-looking fruit is in the Sapindaceae (aka soapberry) family- the same as lychee, longan, and mamoncillo.
The flavor is sweet and it's juicy. It's kind of like a grape but more firm.
Rambutan is native to Southeast Asia, specifically the Malaysian−Indonesian region.
It's ready to eat as soon as it is picked. We recommend eating or refrigerating as soon as you receive them.
What’s in Season:
Tamarillo (tree tomato)