Shop for Breast Cancer Research: Pink Products that Give Back
Go pink in the kitchen for Breast Cancer Awareness Month with our roundup of favorite products.
Shop Pink: Products that Give Back
For National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we found some inspiring pink products whose companies donate a portion of each sale to breast cancer education and research.We've
also included delicious recipes to pair with each item, so whether you're in the supermarket, in the kitchen, or shopping
for a gift, you'll never have to think hard to think pink.
The sleek design of the Cuisinart 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker ($69.95) has gone pink. The design has stainless steel accents for a look to enhance your kitchen counter, and a gold tone
coffee filter and charcoal water filter to enhance your coffee (and your day). And if you're up for it, put this coffee maker
to the test by indulging and delighting in this Maple Coffee.
Republic of Tea
Raise your pinkies all year round to fight breast cancer with Republic of Tea's Sip for the Cure® collection of flavored teas. Republic of Tea donates $1 per tin to Susan G. Komen for the Cure® with a guaranteed minimum donation of
$100,000. A simple shortbread cookie is the perfect snack to pair with rich flavors like Pomegranate Vanilla (pictured) and Pink Lady Apple.
Whatever your dream appliance, KitchenAid probably makes it in pink. So if you've yet to splurge on a standing mixer, here's your chance! For each pink item you buy
and then register at CookfortheCure.com, KitchenAid will donate up to $50 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, guaranteeing a
minimum donation of $350,000. Try making Grandma Carroll's Cinnamon Rolls using KitchenAid's Cook for the Cure® Artisan Stand Mixer.
This year, Yoplait will serve as the National Series Presenting Sponsor of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. As part of
their Save Lids to Save Lives program, Yoplait will donate 10 cents for each pink Yoplait lid mailed in by customers before December 31.For an easy breakfast or snack that uses yogurt, try this simple Yogurt and Granola Parfait.
Make a statement the next time you head to the park, beach, or tailgate with Igloo's Pink Playmate ($19.99). In addition to keeping Pineapple Chicken Salad Pitas cool, the Pink Playmate shows your support for breast cancer awareness. To spread the spirit, try making pink your team color
and coordinate coolers at your next tennis match, softball game, or football event.
Before firing up the grill for another round of Grilled Blue Cheese Burgers, try this new outdoor entertaining concept. When you use the Grill Charms Pink Collection ($19.95) to keep guests happy and mark which burger belongs to which guest, 10% of your purchase will go to Susan G. Komen
for the Cure®.
When an owner of Sutter Home was diagnosed with breast cancer, the company launched the Sutter Home for Hope program in 2001 to help find a cure. Mail in the top seal from any bottle of Sutter Home wine from now until December 31,
and they will donate $1 for each seal. The white zinfandel (pictured) will go well with Mexican food like these Pepper Jack, Chicken, and Peach Quesadillas.
Cuisinart brings the taste of frozen yogurt to your home with their Mix It In Soft Serve Ice Cream Maker ($99.95). Mix in everything from sprinkles to chocolate chips and fill your cone or bowl with a delicious, and light, frozen
treat. To take this treat to another level, try this perfectly pink Raspberry Frozen Yogurt for a refreshing finish to a multicourse meal.
There is an art to baking the perfect pie, but the folks at Emile Henry are making things easier and better. This Emile Henry Pink Pie Dish not only goes beautifully from oven to table, it also donates money to breast cancer research. For recipe ideas, try this
Apple-Cranberry Crumb Pie with hues that match the pink exterior.