Food items can be eaten by Pokémon and restore the belly stat.
In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon 2, the Banana and Chestnut were taken out, and the Golden Apple was added.
Gummis restore a varying amount of Belly, which also depends on type. See this page for more details.
Gummis are a special food item which raise a Pokémon's IQ when eaten; the different colors of Gummis affect Pokémon depending on their type(s). When the Gummi eaten matches the Pokémon's type, it gives the best IQ boost, 5 points (7 in Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team). The amount of IQ gained depends on the type matchups if it doesn't match the Pokémon's type. In RB, however, these values are added together on dual-type Pokémon.
- +4 if eating a Gummi strong against Pokémon's type (Ground-type eating Blue Gummi)
- +3 if eating a Gummi neutral against Pokémon's type
- +2 if eating a Gummi weak against Pokémon's type (Grass-type eating Brown Gummi)
- +1 if eating a Gummi ineffective against Pokémon's type (Ghost-type eating White Gummi)
|Black Gummi||Boosts IQ of Dark-type pokemon.|
|Silver Gummi||Boosts IQ of Steel-type pokemon.|
|Grey Gummi||Boosts IQ of Rock-type pokemon.|
|White Gummi||Boosts IQ of Normal-type pokemon.|
|Pink Gummi||Boosts IQ of Poison-type pokemon.|
|Purple Gummi||Boosts IQ of Ghost-type pokemon.|
|Royal Gummi||Boosts IQ of Dragon-type pokemon.|
|Blue Gummi||Boosts IQ of Water-type pokemon.|
|Sky Gummi||Boosts IQ of Flying-type pokemon.|
|Green Gummi||Boosts IQ of Bug-type pokemon.|
|Grass Gummi||Boosts IQ of Grass-type pokemon.|
|Yellow Gummi||Boosts IQ of Electric-type pokemon.|
|Gold Gummi||Boosts IQ of Psychic-type pokemon.|
|Orange Gummi||Boosts IQ of Fighting-type pokemon.|
|Red Gummi||Boosts IQ of Fire-type pokemon.|
|Brown Gummi||Boosts IQ of Ground-type pokemon.|
|Clear Gummi||Boosts IQ of Ice-type pokemon.|
|Wonder Gummi||Boosts IQ of all pokemon types.|
|Wander Gummi||Wonder Gummi lookalike item that causes Blinker status.|
All seeds restore the belly stat by 5.
In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon 2, the Pure Seed, Vile Seed, Violent Seed, Vanish Seed, and Golden Seed were added, and the Allure Seed was renamed the X-Eye Seed. In Explorers of Sky, Lookalike items Dough Seed, Dropeye Seed, Reviser Seed, Slip Seed, and Via Seed were added.
|Blast Seed||Inflicts damage.|
|Blinker Seed||Inflicts Blinker status.|
|Doom Seed||Lowers level by 1 (1 Exp. Point to level up).|
|Eyedrop Seed||Enters Eyedrop status to reveal traps and invisible Pokemon.|
|Heal Seed||Cures all status effects.|
|Hunger Seed||Lowers max Belly by 5 for the leader, inflicts Hungry Pal status otherwise.|
|Joy Seed||Raises level by 1.|
|Life Seed||Raises max HP by 3.|
|Plain Seed||Does nothing.|
|Pure Seed||Warps pokemon to the room containing the stairs.|
|Quick Seed||Raises Movement Speed by one level.|
|Reviver Seed||Revives fainted pokemon (can be in bag), becoming a Plain Seed after revival.|
|Sleep Seed||Inflicts Sleep status.|
|Stun Seed||Inflicts Petrified status.|
|Totter Seed||Causes confusion.|
|Vanish Seed||User gains Invisible status.|
|Vile Seed||Lowers Defense and Special Defense completely.|
|Violent Seed||Raises Attack and Special Attack completely.|
|Warp Seed||Warps pokemon to somewhere else on the same floor.|
|X-Eye Seed||Inflicts Cross-Eyed status.|
|Golden Seed||Raises level by 5.|
|Dough Seed||Doom Seed lookalike item that makes next dungeon floor have more money|
|Dropeye Seed||Eyedrop Seed lookalike item that impairs pokemon's vision (screen shrinks).|
|Reviser Seed||Reviver lookalike item that revives pokemon but then faints because of laughter.|
|Slip Seed||Sleep Seed lookalike item that allows pokemon to walk on water.|
|Via Seed||Vile Seed lookalike item that warps pokemon to somewhere else on the same floor.|
All berries restore the belly stat by 5%.
The Oren Berry was added in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky.
All medicines restore the belly stat by 5. The "Eat" option has been replaced with the "Ingest" option.