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Cape Cod brings back limited-edition chips in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Samson X Horne
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Courtesy of LaForce Press Release
Cape Cod Pink Himalayan Salt & Red Wine Vinegar Chips

A popular potato chip company is showing its dedication to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month by returning to a familiar, limited-edition flavor.

In a Thursday tweet, Cape Cod Chips reminded us that “October is right around the corner” and the company has brought back the Pink Himalayan Salt & Red Wine Vinegar flavored chips dressed in a pink bag.

This is the third year the limited batch is back on the market.

According to the company’s website, Cape Cod will donate 5% of the proceeds (12 cents) from each purchase of the flavor and will donate it to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, a New England-based cancer treatment and research center.

The company says the chips are available now and throughout October in most major grocery stores.

Samson X Horne is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Samson at 412-320-7845, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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