Rambutan Fruits

Native to Indonesia, rambutan is commonly grown in various countries throughout the region. It has spread from there to parts of Asia, Africa, Oceania, and Central America. The widest variety of cultivars, wild and cultivated, are found in Indonesia and Malaysia.

Nutrition Facts

  • Energy 343 kJ (82 kcal)

  • Carbohydrates 20.87 g

  • Total Fat 0.21 g

  • Protein 0.65 g


Vitamin

  • Vitamin C 4.9 mg

  • Calcium 22 mg

  • Sodium 11 mg


Rambutan fruit contains diverse nutrients but in modest amounts, with only manganese having moderate content at 16 percent of the Daily Value per 100 g consumed (right table; note data are for canned fruit in syrup, not as raw which may have different nutrient contents).

Best Choice for Exotic Fruits and Vegetables