Food (Mystery Dungeon)

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Food encompasses all items that can be eaten in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series. All of these items have an "eat" option rather than a "use" or "ingest" option, can be turned into Grimy Food by stepping on a Grimy Trap (with the exception of Grimy Food itself), and can be blended into drinks at Spinda's Juice Bar. Therefore, while similar, health drinks are not food items. Being hit by thrown food has the same effect as eating it (also deals 2 damage if sticky).

List of food items


Main article: Gummi

Gummis are food items in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon. They are type-based items that can be obtained via quest rewards or by finding them in dungeons. Depending on the consumer's type and the gummi's color, it will raise the Pokémon's stats and IQ.


Main article: Seed


Main article: Berry

Lookalike Items

Main article: Lookalike Item

These lookalike items are consumable, and are only found in Explorers of Sky.

Perfect Apple

Perfect Apples are very big and delicious apples in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky. Although not actually obtainable by the player, they are seen multiple times throughout the games. They are found in Apple Woods and the Guildmaster, Wigglytuff, is shown to be very fond of them.


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Apple Golden Apple Oren Berry

Food: FoodGummisSeedsBerriesHealth drinks
Equipment: GlassesScarvesExclusive items
Recruitment-affecting itemsSeven TreasuresFlags
Objects: Wonder OrbsLookalike ItemsThrowing items
TMsHMsUsed TMsTreasure boxes
Mystery Dungeon evolutionary itemsGiftsDevices
Gates to Infinity exclusive items
Special: Rescue Team Starter SetExploration Team KitLink BoxKey
GracideaPrize TicketsWonder EggSky GiftWish Stone
Music BoxMystery Part and Secret SlabGabite Scale
Treasure BagTight BeltRelic FragmentMunch Belt
IQ BoosterLost LootMiracle and Wonder Chests

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