Pokemon Scarlet and Violet - Where to get Tomato
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Pokémon Scarlet and Violet: Where to get Tomato

There are two shops where you can purchase Tomato for all your sandwich building needs.

There are a host of items to gather throughout the Paldea region. Those items allow trainers to evolve their Pokémon, teach them new skills, and more. Some of the most important items are fresh sandwich ingredients that allow players to craft sandwiches to bestow various important effects. Some of the required components are easier to find than others. Here’s our guide explaining where to acquire Tomato in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

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Note: For more information about the game, check out our Pokémon Scarlet and Violet guides and features hub.

Where to get Tomato in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Tomato is an essential ingredient when crafting a wide variety of sandwiches. Considering the fact it serves as a component in so many important dishes, it’s very affordable. The catch is that you can only make your purchase in a few shops across all of Paldea.

To get Tomato in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, visit the Sure Cans market in Levincia and buy it for 100 Pokedollars or LP. The Aquiesta Supermarket, located in the same town, also stocks Tomato and other common sandwich fixings. There are no special requirements to purchase Tomato, provided you have the necessary currency. When you visit, you can even buy in bulk so you don’t have to return frequently as you craft meals throughout your journey.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet - Levincia location and Tomato vendor

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If you are having difficulty locating Levincia, look for it along the east side of the map, wedged between East Province areas 2 and 3. Levincia has numerous shops and restaurants lining several streets. The market you seek is plainly visible from the Pokémon Center on the north side of town, directly to your left when you stand on at the counter’s north side and face south. Or, head a couple of blocks south and veer left on the side street to find the Aquiesta Supermarket.

Once you acquire Tomato at one of those locations, use it to fashion the desired sandwiches. Just find a flat, open area and set up a Picnic, then investigate the dishes laid out on the table. You will bring up a menu allowing you to select from known recipes in Recipe Mode, or you can enter Creative Mode to make a sandwich using ingredients of your choosing. You’ll need more than just Tomato to make good sandwiches, so make sure to buy lots of different items and then get to work pursuing your culinary dreams.

Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet can be purchased on the Nintendo Store.

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