10 Products That Give Back to Breast Cancer Research
Check out these yummy food and drink products that give back to breast cancer research.
Crunchy, salty and yes—pink. These delicious, limited-edition chips are flavored with pink Himalayan salt and red wine vinegar, giving them a natural pink tint. When you buy a bag, 5% of proceeds support research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
This pink ribbon pasta ($20) is shaped like the breast cancer awareness ribbon. It would be perfect for a breast cancer fundraiser dinner, or just to enjoy at home in one of our favorite pasta recipes. A portion of the proceeds supports the Susan G. Komen for the Cure of in Nashville.
Need a guilt-free boost? The Go Girl energy drink ($15) has less than 5 calories per can, and gives you a nice caffeine jolt whenever you’re feeling sluggish. You’ll love the refreshing sweet berry flavor, and the fact that part of your purchase will be donated to support breast and ovarian cancer research.
This powdered white chocolate drink mix ($15) is great for hot chocolate, chocolate milk, smoothies or even to flavor your oatmeal or yogurt. The festive pink color honors breast cancer awareness and proceeds support the Stefanie Spielman Fund for breast cancer research. We’ll raise a glass to that!
When you buy a pink variety pack of Hint Water ($17), the brand donates $1 to Susan G. Komen with a guaranteed minimum donation of $50,000. The variety pack includes twelve bottles flavored with cherry, watermelon, pineapple and blackberry. Hint water is a tastier alternative to plain boring water, but still contains zero calories, sugar or diet sweeteners.
Lesley Elizabeth Seasonings is using their Wicked Good Salt ($11) to honor a friend and employee of the company that passed away after battling stage 4 breast cancer. A portion of the proceeds from every bottle sold in the month of October will be donated to Karmanos Cancer Institute of Detroit. The zesty seasoning mixture contains salt, garlic, onion, black pepper, Italian seasoning and ginger. It’s great for whenever your dish needs an extra kick of flavor.
Who knew a can of sparkling water could be so cute? Purchases of the grapefruit flavor bubly sparkling water ($11) support Susan G. Komen throughout the month of October. Aside from the adorable pink packaging, you’ll also enjoy that it contains no calories, no sweeteners and uses natural grapefruit flavor.
When you buy the Due Amici pasta sauce with pink ribbon packaging, proceeds will be donated to breast cancer research. We love that it contains no preservatives and made with whole ingredients like San Marzano tomatoes, fresh garlic, shallots and organic basil. Serve it atop your favorite pasta. (We love homemade!)
If you thought cranberries had to be red, think again. Ocean Spray harvested pink cranberries this year to make their light and refreshing Pink Cranberry Juice Cocktail ($6). It’s a great source of Vitamin C and has just 100 calories per serving. What’s even better is that five percent of all sales will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Use it to make this cranberry sparkler to serve at your next holiday party.
What better seasoning to use to help fight breast cancer than one that is naturally pink? The Sabrosa Salt Company, in partnership with the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund, is donating proceeds from each jar sold of their Himalayan Pink Hope Salt ($8) to fund breast cancer research. Try it on this salt-encrusted prime rib. Yum.