In less than 48 hours after touching home from her Olympic triumph in Tokyo on Monday, sprinter – Shericka Jackson received surprise products from Purity Jamaica.
The MVP sprinter won a bronze medal in the women’s 100m final which saw a Jamaican sweep and a gold medal anchoring the 4x100m relay in a new national record of 41.02 tweeted about the things she was missing whiles away from home on September 3.
Among the things she listed included; two curry patties from Devon House, 3 grapefruit ice creams also from Devon House, chocolate, two cheese patties and two Purity Buns.
Her tweet generated more than 3000 likes and was retweeted more than 300 times and eventually caught the attention of Purity Bakery, who simply responded “We got you.”
True to their words, Purity fulfilled its promise to the Saint Ann native on Monday.
“@sherickajacko just touch dung and got her Purity bun and products courtesy of Purity Jamaica,” the company tweeted.
“She also got buns for her community. We love you Shericka and we’re proud of all you did for us on an international scale.”
Over 50 years ago the Purity baking tradition began in Jamaica. Today the Chang Family continues that proud tradition by providing families with a wide variety of breads and buns that are sure to please everyone.
From our Miss Birdie Bun and Hearty Goodness bread line to our very popular snack buns, Purity Bakery is proud of the smiles we put on peoples faces and the healthy bread we provide. Our bakers use fresh ingredients and the timleless recipes that made Purity a healthy Jamaican Favorite.
Our Products, under the brands of Purity, Miss Birdie and Hearty Goodness are baked at Consolidated Bakeries at 2 f Valentine Drive in Kingston. We have been at this location since 1957. Our facilities include our Retail shop, our Head Office, Baking Plant and Maintenance Department.