The Cornucopia datapack adds in 8 new foods to minecraft, obtainable through the leaf blocks of various trees. Each of these foods give 5 points of hunger, and restores 6 hunger saturation, aside from the gall, which can be used as a substitute in potions for spider eyes. Additionally, the fig and peach items can only be found from Swamp Trees and Jungle Bushes, giving each of those a unique drop, finally, in the game, as well as allows sweet berries to drop from a leaf type detailed below.
The specific fruit are as follows:
Peach - Drops from Oak Leaves found in the Swamp or Swamp Hills biomes.
Fig - Drops from Oak Leaves found in the Jungle, Jungle Hills, Modified Jungle, Jungle Edge, Modified Jungle Edge, Bamboo Jungle, and Bamboo Jungle Hills biomes.
Green Apple - Drops from Oak Leaves found inany non-fig & non-peach biome.
Red Apple - Drops from Oak Leaves found in any non-fig & non-peach biome.
Wasp Gall - Drops from Dark Oak Leaves.
Plum - Drops from Dark Oak Leaves.
Pear - Drops from Birch Leaves.
Dragonfruit - Drops from Acacia Leaves.
Mango - Drops from Jungle Leaves.
Sweet Berries - Drops from Spruce Leaves.
Download & Installation:
As the Cornucopia pack is actually a datapack and resource pack, there are two files the user must download,
Once this has been finished, keep in mind that as a datapack, these fruit show up per-world. If you’re running a single-player world or if the server you wish to host Cornucopia on is Yours, you won’t have to worry one bit, but if you want to get these fruit on a server that belongs to someone else, you won’t be able to without asking the owners/managers of that server. However, if you have access to the files of your single-player world / multi-player server, follow this simple installation process: