Avocado is a fruit.
More specifically, it’s a large berry with a single seed.
Although it’s not nearly as sweet as many other fruits, it falls under the definition of fruit, which is “the sweet and fleshy product of a tree or other plant that contains seed and can be eaten as food”.
Avocados grow on trees in warmer climates but are native to Mexico. They have a creamy and smooth texture and are covered by a bumpy, thick, dark green or blackish skin.
Half of a small avocado is considered one serving. It contains 109 calories and is packed with healthy fats and nutrients.