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Sweet Christmas


The Salvation Army Fill the Kettle Campaign draws to a close on wednesday, thank you for your generous support across British Columbia and online As friends and family gather for Christmas treats, we want to take a moment to thank Purdys for supporting our Christmas Campaign! 

“Purdys is proud to support the initiatives of the Salvation Army. Christmas is a time for us to reflect on the wonderful community Purdys is a part of, and give back to our neighbours in need. At Purdys we are founded on the belief that we should respect and support each other every day, and being part of the Salvation Army Christmas Kettle program is just one of the ways we can live that core value.”– Peter Higgins, Purdys President & Chocolate Scientist


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