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Food Jars


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The PURITY story began all the way back in 1953. Capetonian Don Thompson noticed how hard South African mothers had to work to provide delicious meals for their little ones. Don had a wide knowledge of the food canning industry and was aware of not only the convenience of sealed foods, but their nutritional value. He teamed up with his wife Ruth, a dietician, and his cousin Helen, a chemist, to develop a range of convenient sealed baby food that not only tasted great, but also locked in all the essential nutrients young bodies need to grow up healthy and happy. When PURITY first started, we were producing 10 varieties of baby food in a factory in Cape Town's colourful District Six. Over 64 years later, PURITY now offers over 160 variants across a comprehensive range of baby and mother products, all specially developed to meet the nutritional and care needs of mothers, babies and toddlers. Each PURITY product is created under the guidance of a team of experts, including Pharmacists, Paediatricians, Dermatologists and Dieticians.

Age Groups:
6-9 Months
9-12 Months

They don't get the flavours right. Perhaps because of restrictions on sodium in our food. But the combinations sometimes are weird. If I could relay to them a review and suggestion on their flavours I'd like to do that because I like the convenience of the food jars as a contingency plan on "off" days.

Posted 2 months ago

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My daughter who is now 3 still enjoys purity jars. She literally picks them up when we go shopping. Initially I used to deny her but i later realized that it’s a loosing battle. As a baby, she didn’t like the vegetables and spargetti ones, perhaps because the consistency was thicker than the fruity ones. She really loved and still love the fruits ones. I give her as a snack at least once a day. I love them because they are easy to carry when traveling and can be fed warmed or as is. They are pure convenience and they are filling.

Posted 4 months ago

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My little daughter refused to eat food jars at 6 months when we were introducing solids. We waited it out and then kept trying from 8 months until giving me at 9 months. Unlike my other babies, she is not interested in food jars at all. Force feeding is a route we will not take at all.

Posted 7 months ago

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