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  • Pineapple item sprite
Stack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.png
Use time17 (Very fast)
TooltipMinor improvements to all stats
'Goes great with pizza'
RarityRarity level: 1
Sell20 SC
Research5 required
Grants Buff
BuffWell FedWell Fed
Buff tooltipMinor improvements to all stats
Minor improvements to all stats and increased life regeneration
Duration5 minutes
  • Internal Item ID: 4294 (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
  • Internal Buff ID: 26
Obtained from Obtained from
Classic mode icon.png Classic
Expert mode icon.png Expert
Master mode icon.png Master
Mahogany treedayMahogany treeMahogany tree
(Shaking(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions))
Mahogany treehalloweenMahogany treeMahogany tree
(Shaking(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions))
Mahogany treenightMahogany treeMahogany tree
(Shaking(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions))

The Pineapple is a food item that gives the Well Fed buff. This lasts for 5 minutes, but can be canceled at any time by right-clicking the icon (Desktop version), by selecting the icon using Cycle Next/Previous Buff and then pressing Remove Buff (Console version), or by double-tapping the buff icon (Mobile version).

It has a small chance of dropping when shaking a Jungle tree.

Like all other food items, the Pineapple can be placed on a Plate.


Used in

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
Fruit JuiceFruit Juice(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)Cooking PotCooking Pot
Fruit SaladFruit Salad(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
Piña ColadaPiña Colada(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
Tropical SmoothieTropical Smoothie(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
AmbrosiaAmbrosia(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
  • Any FruitAny Fruit(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
ShimmerShimmer Transmutation(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)


  • The pineapple is a tropical fruit native to South America. Pineapple plants in real life do not grow as trees, but instead as small shrubs.
  • Its tooltip is a reference to Hawaiian pizza, which is traditionally topped with pineapple.