Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Think pink? How about drink pink?

Good news! I just found out that Sweet Leaf Tea - a tasty beverage found in various grocery stores and specialty stores - is launching a "Drink Pink" promotion to benefit breast cancer research. In case you didn't know, the goal of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, held in October, is to raise awareness and promote the importance of early detection. Through the "Drink Pink" campaign, Sweet Leaf Tea will be putting pink-capped tea bottles on store shelves at Central Market, Sprouts and Kroger supermarkets nationwide. A percentage of sales from those particular bottles will benefit cancer research. A few of the flavors sporting these pink caps include: Organic Original Sweet Tea, Organic Peach Sweet Tea and Raspberry Sweet Tea. Personally, I'm a big fan of the Diet Mint & Honey Green Tea. It's healthy...and sweetened with sucralose, of course!
In case you couldn't tell, I'm a big fan of this promotion and will definitely be plunking down a few dollars on Sweet Leaf next month to help support this wonderful cause.


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Katie said...

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