Purity Factories

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Purity Factories Limited
Private
Industry Food (food processing)
Founded 1924
Headquarters St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Key people
Doug Spurrell, Chief Executive Officer
Products crackers, cookies, candies, fruit preserves, tea
Website www.purity.nf.ca

Purity Factories Limited is a food processing company based in St. John's, Newfoundland.

Founded in 1924 by C. C. Pratt, A. E. Hickman, and W. R. Goobie, Purity is known for its cream crackers, Peppermint Nobs, Candy Kisses, and flavoured syrups. The company also makes several varieties of hard bread (hardtack), a staple of the Newfoundland diet formerly used by fishermen as a bread substitute and as an ingredient in fish and brewis.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "We've grown up with you" at Purity Factories website

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