There are currently five kinds of berries available in gameplay:
Golden Razz Berry
and Silver Pinap Berry.
To see currently owned Berries you can check them out on the item bag page .
Razz Berry is kind of berry that when fed a Pokémon while trying to capture it increases the chance of success. They can be obtained by trainer at Level 8 and higher. Just like two other kinds of berries, Razz Berries can be obtained from spinning Photo Disc at PokéStops and Gyms and as reward for levelling up.
In-game description Feed this to a Pokémon, and it will be easier to catch on your next throw.
Pinap Berry is kind of berry that when fed a Pokémon while trying to capture it, it will double the amount of Candy the Trainer will receive if their next capture attempt is successful. They can be obtained by trainer at Level 18 and higher. Just like two other kinds of berries, Pinap Berries can be obtained from spinning Photo Disc at PokéStops and Gyms and as reward for levelling up.
It is particularly useful on Pokémon that are the 2nd and 3rd stages of their evolution line, as they drop more candy (5 and 10 respectively) than their 1st stage form (only 3 candies). However, those Pokémon are also usually harder to catch, making it more likely to break out and waste the berry.
Pinap berries stack with double candy bonuses from events multiplicatively. If a Pokémon normally grants 3 candies, and grants 6 during the event, using a Pinap berry at the same time would grant 12.
In-game description Feed this to a Pokémon to make it drop more candy.
Nanab Berry is kind of berry that will slow a Pokémon's movement up to 95%, making it easier to capture on the Trainer's next attempt. They can be obtained by trainer at Level 1 and higher. Just like two other kinds of berries, Nanab Berries can be obtained from spinning Photo Disc at PokéStops and Gyms and as reward for levelling up.
It is particularly useful on hovering Pokémon that move around. There are several such move patterns: darting from one spot to another rapidly (Magnemite, Zubat), moving about smoothly in a figure 8 (Abra, Gastly), or flying upwards and staying for some time (Pidgeotto, Golbat).
In-game description Feed this to a Pokémon to calm it down, making it less erratic.
Golden Razz Berry
Golden Razz Berries will greatly increase a Trainer's chances of catching a Pokémon they encounter in the wild (by 2.5 times) and can also be given to a Pokémon assigned to a Gym to fully recover its motivation meter. This kind of berry can be only obtained as a reward from Raid Battle or completing a Special Research task.
In-game description Feed this to a wild Pokémon to make it much easier to catch. Feed this to a Pokémon on a Gym to fully restore its motivation.
Silver Pinap Berry
Silver Pinap Berries increases a Trainer's chance of catching an encountered Pokémon by 1.8 times and doubles the amount of Candy given when Pokémon is successfully caught. They can be obtained by completing certain Field Research tasks as well as being rewarded for progressing through the later stages of A Ripple in Time and A Spooky Message.
In-game description Feed this to a Pokémon to receive more Candy when you catch it and make it easier to catch.
It is one of two types of berries that are not available in gameplay yet, but information about them can be found in game data. It might supposedly prevent wild Pokémon from jumping, while there's Poké Ball being thrown at them.
In-game description UNDEFINIED.
It is one of two types of berries that are not available in gameplay yet, but information about them can be found in game data. It might supposedly enlarge hit circle while capturing a Pokémon with a Poké Ball.
In-game description UNDEFINIED.
The in-game description of the item is misleading. It states that feeding Razz Berry to a Pokémon "on your next throw" will make it easier to catch. The effect actually lasts until the Pokémon enters a Poké Ball at least once. If the Pokémon seems to be captured, but escapes the ball, the effect of the berry wears off, and another must be used. If the Pokémon does not enter the ball, such as if the player's throw misses, the effect does not disappear.
Also, only one berry can be used at a time. After an unsuccessful capture (Pokémon escapes from Poké Ball), the effect of berry wears off and the player may use another berry.
The following berries' names are based on names of real fruits:
Razz Berry is named after raspberry.
Nanab Berry is banan(a) spelled backwards.
And Pinap Berry is pun of berry and pineapple
In the original handheld series, Nanab Berries increase the cuteness of a Pokémon.
Nanab berries originally slowed a Pokemon by 70%.
Originally in game data pictures for Nanab and Pinap Berry were recolored versions of sprites of Wepear and Bluk Berry, as:
sprite for Nanab Berry was red-colored Bluk Berry sprite
and sprite for Pinap Berry was green-colored Wepear Berry sprite.