- Seeing yet another horrifying Purity baby food pouch video has left many Mzansi moms fuming
- TikTok user @samanthavdberg shared a video showing the gross stuff she found in a pouch and that the brand offered her a voucher as a means of resolution
- Moms are calling on the brand to give an explanation and take the matter seriously, as it could be harming babies
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Another video showing revolting substances from Purity baby food pouches has gone viral on TikTok. The people of Mzansi are fuming and demanding answers from Tiger Brands.
Purity is one of the most trusted baby food brands in South Africa, and it seems they have been failing moms as of late. These videos are shocking and will have your stomach turning!
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TikTok user @samanthavdberg shared a video showing what she found in one of the baby food pouches she had given her child. After realising the baby was struggling to get the food out, the mom took the pouch to see what was blocking it.
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The video shows stomach-turning green muck coming from the baby food pouch. If you are a parent, this is enough to give you a panic attack!
Take a look:
Disturbed mother shares Tiger Brands' response
Samantha got into contact with Briefly News and let us know how she went about contacting Tiger Brands and how she feels about their response. This is what she said:
"Well, I contacted them via email, and they then phoned me.
"I feel really let down by the brand as we as mothers trust them to provide us with healthy food for our babies/kids. I was so disappointed in them.
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"I will unfortunately not be buying again from them, as I feel it may happen again. I am so afraid my baby gets ill. "
Briefly News too have tried to get in contact with Tiger Brands. While a response has been received, they are yet to comment on the multiple videos of sludge coming from their Purity baby food pouches.
Mother gives feedback on response to her complaint
In a follow-up video, the woman explained that she had contacted Tiger Brands, and all she was told was that they could not give her an answer as to what the substance was, only a voucher to replace the defective item. What a wow!
Mzansi mothers are fuming and want answers from the brand
This is not okay! Fellow moms took to the comment section to air their frustrations, demanding Purity give reasonable, honest feedback and a resolution.
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Read some of the comments:
“A voucher? What if that harmed your child? I hope your baby is well though.”
“Put the voucher in the toilet, they need to close down. Hope the baby is well hun.”
“This is the second video I have seen about this. Sies man. I would be FUMING.”
“Purity needs to recall these products.”
“Come to think of it, my daughter ate it then suddenly had sores in her mouth. It was heartbreaking. I'm suspecting Purity now.”
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In related news, Briefly News reported that one of a mother's biggest fears is her child eating something they are not supposed to. A TikTok video showed a distressed mom who found foreign objects inside a baby food pouch.
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Life is fast-paced, and things like readymade baby food have made it more manageable for mothers with full hands. However, seeing this will definitely have some moms changing their minds.
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Source: Briefly News