RAMBUTAN STUFFED WITH PINEAPPLE

Who else but Mr. Goudas would have the patience and understanding to stuff pieces of Pineapple in the Rambutan for you to enjoy the best the world has to offer.

You simply have to purchase a can of Mr. Goudas Rambutan stuffed with Pineapple to experience this magnificient blend of these two exoctic flavours.

You may even appreciate the patience it takes to manually insert pieces of Pineapple into the Rambutan.

This exquisite amount of work should be rewarded with a retail value of no less than $5.00, and yet it costs much less than that in the supermarket.

Therefore, Mr. Goudas requests that upon your complete satisfaction with this product you send a letter via the www.goudasfoods.com website (Comments Section) to show your appreciation for his efforts and ideas on your behalf.

No other company in the world has done this so far.

Rambutan and Pineapple

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We could tell you that this was not an easy task.

 RAMBUTAN -OLIVE TREE BOOK-MR GOUDAS RECIPESAccording to The Olive Tree book written by Spyros Peter Goudas, he mentioned in one sentence that years ago he discovered the Rambutan in Thailand and it took him more than five (5) years to perfect the canning process of this delicious exotic fruit, including sterilization, prolonged shelf life expectancy, while still capturing the appearance, taste, aroma and flavour.

Read The Olive Tree book and discover why Mr. Goudas made a parallel with the Rambutan in a very comedic manner.

Rambutan is native to Malaysia and commonly cultivated throughout the archipelago and south east Asia.

There is limited cultivation in India, Surinam, Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras, Costa Rica, Trinidad and Cuba.

The Rambutan is oval in shape and is contained in a soft hairy rind from which it derived its name from the Malaysian word “rambut” which means “hair”.

The flesh tends to be white, juicy and sweet and is most commonly eaten out-of-hand after merely tearing the rind open.

The peeled fruit may also be stewed as a dessert or canned in syrup.

You do not have to travel to Malaysia or the far east to enjoy this fruit.

You simply have to purchase one of Mr. Goudas’ Rambutan and Rambutan stuffed with pineapple.

Who else but Mr. Goudas would have the patience and understanding to stuff pieces of pineapple in the Rambutan for you to enjoy the best the world has to offer.

Spyros Peter Goudas
Σπύρος Πήτερ Γούδας

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