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9 Food Products Supporting Breast Cancer Research

Shop for a good cause this month by snagging a few of these items benefiting cancer research!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and while there are numerous ways to donate, what better way to help than by purchasing one of these food products supporting breast cancer research? From grocery items on the shelf to kitchen appliances and even a pint at a brewery, there are numerous ways your purchases can benefit organizations that are directly connected to the cause.

So this month, treat yourself to a bag of chips, or even a new lunchbox, and let your money benefit this life-changing work by purchasing one of these food products supporting breast cancer research today.

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Cape Cod Potato Chips: Pink Himalayan Salt & Red Wine Vinegar

cape cod pink himalayan salt chips

Need an excuse to indulge in a bag of chips? Well, we have one! Cape Cod Potato Chips released a limited edition Pink Himalayan Salt & Red Wine Vinegar chip that will benefit breast cancer research. For every bag sold, Cape Cod Potato Chips will donate 5% of the proceeds (about 12 cents per purchase) to the Susan F. Smith Center for Women's Cancers at Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Bags are $3.79 and can be found at Kroger, Publix, and Stop & Shop.

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Chloe Wine Collection

rose chloe wines

Drink vino and support breast cancer research! For every bottle of Chloe Wine sold, the company will donate $2 to the National Breast Cancer Foundation! Their bottles of wine range from $10 to $13 and come in all kinds of varieties including rosé, pinot grigio, prosecco, pinot noir, chardonnay, and much more.

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Mini-Prep Plus 24 Ounce Processor

cuisinart food processor

Cuisinart is a partner with The Breast Cancer Foundation and plans on donating more than 90 cents of every dollar! Buy this food processor—or anything from their Pink and Proud product line—and you can help Cuisinart donate quite a bit of money to this foundation.

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Beet Cancer Combo at Clean Juice®

clean juice with hummus toast
Courtesy of Clean Juice

Head to any of the 100 Clean Juice bars in the United States and can snag their Beet Cancer Combo. Along with getting your choice of a 16 oz. Red or Pink cold-pressed juice, you also get a fancy toast with pink-colored Sabra hummus! During the month of October, Clean Juice will donate $2 for every Beet Cancer Combo sold at any of their locations. The combo costs $14.75.

If you don't want the combo, you can simply buy a bottle of Red or Pink cold-pressed juice and the company will donate $1 for every bottle sold.

RSP Nutrition AminoLean

rsp aminolean protein powder

If you're in the market for a good pre-workout energy powder that has a good taste but without any added sugars, RSP AminoLean is donating 10% of proceeds to the Susan G. Komen Foundation when you buy their Pink Lemonade flavor. You can snag a container of it and donations will be made throughout the month of October.

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Boar's Head Hummus

boar's head pink hummus

If you find a pink lid on any of the Boar's Head hummus options at your store, buy it! Those hummus options are supporting breast cancer research. According to a recent Boar's Head Instagram Story, the company donated $50,000 to Play for P.I.N.K. so far in 2020.

Harpoon Dragonweisse

harpoon dragonweisse
Courtesy of Harpoon IPA

Harpoon IPA's charitable arm, Harpoon Helps, is focusing this month on breast cancer awareness through their brews! If you buy a pint of Harpoon Dragonweisse at any of their breweries, they will donate $1 to METAvivor Research and Support, Inc.

Modern Picnic Pink Faux Crocodile Luncher

modern picnic pink faux crocodile luncher

In the market for a new lunchbox? Modern Picnic elevates your style with its trendy Luncher, an insulated lunchbox made with vegan leather. If you love the color pink, then you're going to want to get your hands on their Limited Edition Pink Faux Crocodile Luncher. The bag is certainly an investment ($149), but with 20% of proceeds going to The Pink Agenda—which benefits breast cancer research—your money is certainly being used well.


Winn dixie store
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It's not a particular item, but if you shop at Winn-Dixie for your groceries, you can actually help make a donation with your grocery bill! Throughout the month of October, customers at Winn-Dixie can round up their grocery bill to the nearest dollar, and the difference will be donated to the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.

Sticky Be Socks

sticky be sock for breast cancer
Courtesy of Sticky Be Socks

A bonus item for you! This may not be a food item, but you're going to love wearing a pair of Sticky Be Socks while cooking in the kitchen. Sticky Be Socks sells stylish grip socks that are great for all kinds of activities—both indoors and outdoors! If you're looking for something to cover your feet as the days get colder, or even a new pair of socks to work out in, snag a pair of Sticky Be Socks and the company will donate 15% of sales to The Breasties, a company that empowers women that have been affected by breast or reproductive cancers.

Kiersten Hickman
Kiersten Hickman is a freelance health and nutrition journalist. Read more about Kiersten