A limited edition mayonnaise, which has been given a makeover in order to raise money for Breast Cancer Care, has now officially gone on sale.
Condiments producer Stokes Sauces, who are based in Suffolk, have joined forces with the national breast cancer charity to boost fundraising efforts in 2012.
Their ‘Real Mayonnaise’ now sports a bright pink label and lid, along with the Breast Cancer Care ‘ribbon’ logo.
Stokes will donate 10p to the charity for every jar sold between August and the end of October this year.
October is national breast cancer awareness month and is the culmination of all fundraising efforts for the charity.
The mayonnaise can be purchased in Waitrose stores nationwide, via the online grocery shop Ocado, Tesco and from other selected supermarkets as well as independent delicatessens and farm shops nationwide.
Rick Sheepshanks, Managing Director of Stokes Sauces said:
“We are delighted and proud to be able to work with Breast Cancer Care and help them with their fundraising efforts this year.
“The mayonnaise now looks really eye catching and we hope this venture raises lots of much needed funds for the charity.”
Judy Beard, director of fundraising and marketing from Breast Cancer Care added:
“Every year, 50,000 people across the UK are diagnosed with breast cancer.
“We want to be there for each and every one of them but cannot do this without the support and fundraising efforts of companies like Stokes Sauces. Thank you.”
Launched in 2004, Stokes Sauces now produces more than 100 different lines and its produce is stocked in farm shops and independent stores throughout the UK.
Key lines from the Stokes brands are also available in commercial sized packs for use in the catering and hospitality industry.
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