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Limited-Batch Cape Cod Potato Chips released in support of Breast Cancer Research

Cape Cod Potato Chips has announced the limited release of Cape Cod Pink Himalayan Salt & Red Wine Vinegar Potato Chips in the United States in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October.

Earlier this week, Cape Cod® Potato Chips proudly announced the limited release of Cape Cod® Pink Himalayan Salt & Red Wine Vinegar Potato Chips in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October.

Five percent of proceeds from every purchase (up to $25,000) of the limited-batch flavor will support the Susan F. Smith Center for Women's Cancers at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, a New England-based comprehensive cancer treatment and research center dedicated to developing tomorrow's cures through cutting-edge research.

A unique fusion of tangy red wine vinegar and savory pink Himalayan salt come together to create a mouthwatering kettle-cooked chip, which not only tastes delicious, but supports research to find a cure for a disease that affects about 1 in every 8 U.S. women every year (breastcancer.org).

Aaron Torchio, Director of Marketing:

“We are proud to stay true to our New England roots and support a local and revolutionary institution like Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.”

“Pink Himalayan Salt & Red Wine Vinegar not only tastes good but allows our consumers to do good by simply enjoying a deliciously unique potato chip.”
Cape Cod® Pink Himalayan Salt & Red Wine Vinegar Potato Chips are crafted with the highest quality ingredients and cooked in kettles, assuring their distinct hearty Cape Cod® crunch and golden hue.

The limited-batch flavor is available for MSRP $3.79 in major grocery stores including Publix, Harris Teeter, Walmart, Stop & Shop, Shaw's, Hannaford and Market Basket, and online at www.CapeCodChips.com.

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