Avocado Location & How to Get – Pokemon Scarlet & Violet

If you need to know how to get Avocado, we have the location and vendor(s) to get it from!
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In Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, one aspect of the game that is important to learn and take advantage of is the art of making sandwiches! While at your picnic table, you can make one of the many sandwich recipes available to you that you’ll then share with your Pokemon. Sandwiches require different ingredients, so if you need to know how to get Avocado, we have the location and vendor(s) to get it from!

Avocado Location

You can purchase Avocado at Aquiesta Supermarket and Deli Cioso for 180 Pokedollars. This ingredient is used as filling for a sandwich, which can have effects like improving catching power, raid power, item drop power, encounter power, and so on. It can be used as an ingredient paired with 2x Salty Herba Mystica to create a Shiny Sandwich to help catch Dragon Pokemon. Sandwiches can also use different condiments and picks.

How to unlock Avocado

To unlock Avocados, you will need to have earned two gym badges, which is something players earn as they defeat Gym leaders. Most of the ingredients you’ll need to use to make sandwiches (as well as sandwich recipes) you can get from the NPC to the right of the counter in the Every Wich Way shop. You will get new recipes and ingredients unlocked with every new gym badge you earn.

More Sandwich Ingredient Locations

We have guides to finding all of the filling ingredients for sandwich making in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet – here are some of them below!

We hoped this helped you find Avocado in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet so you can make your dream sandwich and get the added benefits! Check out more of our Pokemon Scarlet and Violet coverage.

Christine Mielke

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