Welcome to The Pure Food Co
We are an award-winning provider of Level 4 Pureed and Level 5 Minced & Moist texture modified food for Aged Care and Healthcare providers. Together with experienced chefs we create a range of delicious flavours, fortified with extra plant-based protein, energy and fibre to support health, well-being and improved clinical outcomes for those in care. Our products are delicious, look great and are in line with the IDDSI framework, guaranteed to be a safe and consistent texture. But don’t take our word for it… here are some of our case studies and testimonials.
How do we know it works?
Our customers and their residents love Pure Foods – from significant clinical improvements to more energy and enjoyment at mealtimes for residents, and convenience, ease and peace of mind in the kitchens, we hear their stories daily and thought we’d share a few recent studies and testimonials.
Success and Satisfaction
Happier, Healthier Residents
We have done our research. Good nutrition dramatically improves quality of life. Based on InterRAI clinical assessment data we know that our nutrient-packed purees are associated with positive clinical outcomes and a dramatic increase in positive wellbeing of residents. The data shows that residents eating Pure Foods are 64% more likely to rate themselves in good or excellent health (September 2019 aggregated InterRAI clinical assessment data) than prior to eating Pure Foods. Even small amounts of our purees will help people get the nutrition they need to live their best lives.
Elderly people who have used our purees have noticed:
We source high quality, all natural ingredients for our Chefs to create recipes full of delicious flavours, aroma and colour. We then use science to add extra energy, protein, and fibre to make sure there is more nutrition in every mouthful. We use special technology to blend the food ensuring a consistent texture every time, guaranteed safe to eat for those with swallowing difficulties and super delicious to enjoy!
7 Rules for Great Dining Experiences
Mealtimes can be stressful and isolating for people with swallowing difficulties. They may feel anxious about choking, or frustrated by how long it takes to get food down, and by their inability to be part of the conversations happening around them. Dr Anna Miles, a lecturer and clinician specialising in swallowing disorders provides her thoughts on how to enhance the dining experience for even the most vulnerable diners.